DARK SOULS II: Scholar of the First Sin Summary
has released for the PC version of Dark Souls 2 that fixes a particularly irritating bug which degraded your weapons at ridiculous rates when you struck enemy corpses or environmental objects.
Weapon durability mechanics are, of course, unforgivable at the best of times, but this bug made the issue much, much worse - the decrease rate was tied to your frame rate, which meant if you were running a 60FPS game all your hard-earned magical swords would snap like kindling if you so much as stumbled against a door.
has revealed a few different upgrade options for PC Dark Souls 2 players who want to pick up the forthcoming enhanced edition, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin.
Rather than forcing us to splash out full price for the game again, there are two separate prices; one for those who own the original base game only, and one for those who've already bought its DLC.
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, the
One of the new additions that the upcomingremastered edition adds to Dark Souls 2 is an NPC invader known as The Forlorn.
Hunting players down “with deadly skill and tenacity”, The Forlorn will show up at inopportune times to carve you into pieces with his mighty zweihander.
Dark Souls 2 will get a free patch next month, in preparation for forthcoming Scholar of the First Sin edition
Dark Souls 2 will get a heftynext month in preparation for the release of Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, the forthcoming enhanced edition which packs up all the currently available DLC.
Available on February 5, the free patch adds a new character, the mysterious Scholar of the First Sin himself, and a raft of other additions and fixes.