Confession time: I’m the only gamer in the entire United States Of America who hasn’t played Elden Ring. The reason I’ve been avoiding it is the same reason I avoided Dark Souls and its sequels — From Software games tend to be brutally hard, and I don’t generally enjoy brutally hard games (except for Cuphead for some reason — that 1930s art style goes a long way).
It looks like Dark Souls III will be getting an official Season Pass. The Dark Souls III Season Pass is now being listed on the Xbox Live Marketplace and Steam, and players can pre-order both there. From Software and Bandai Namco Games have not released any official details yet on DLC or the content for the Season Pass, but this is the first indication of what will be coming.
The Dark Souls franchise is still seen as niche by many gamers but the series has grown out of its cult status from Demon’s Souls into a series that attracts millions of fans. The uncompromising difficulty, huge open worlds and unique mechanics have proven to be a hit with role-playing players and Famitsu has now revealed that the sales of the two Dark Souls games across all platforms has reached an impressive 8 million copies worldwide.
Hidetaka Miyazaki has explained in an interview with Eurogamer that Dark Souls III will not be the last game in the series. He went on to explain that it will act as a turning point in the franchise and the future of developer From Software in general.
FromSoftware and SCE Japan Studio have released the latest trailer for the upcoming action role-playing game Bloodborne. The “Undone by the Blood” trailer is available in the player below.
From Software and SCE Japan Studio have released the official story trailer for Bloodborne. The new video, which offers a deeper look at the rotting and haunted city of Yharnam, is available below.
As we near the end of the year, we look back at all the great games that came out, but we also prepare and anticipate for next year. 2014 had some amazing games, and it was even the first year for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Another year of gaming is here, and we’re going to list our top ten most anticipated games of 2015. Do note this list will only have games that have officially been revealed or announced and are projected to come out in 2015. Without further ado, let’s begin.
Sony has revealed the Collector’s Edition and Nightmare Edition for Bloodborne.
At The Game Awards, Sony and From Software released a new trailer for Bloodborne.
It has been rumoured since its original launch, but now From Software have confirmed that Dark Souls 2 will be released for next-gen consoles PS4 and Xbox One in 2015 under the title Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin.
Sony has announced that Bloodborne has been delayed to March 24, 2015 in North America and March 25 in Europe.
From Software’s highly anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive Bloodborne has been pushed back from its February 2015 release date to the tail end of March 2015, as announced via the PlayStation Blog this morning.