Dark Souls 3 New Gameplay Footage Features Mace, Longsword, Greatsword And Scimitar Action

Francesco De Meo
Posted Feb 18, 2016
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Last week From Software has shown more of its upcoming action role playing game Dark Souls 3 during a livestream focused on the original Dark Souls. Earlier today, another livestream focused on the older action role playing game has been aired, and viewers were rewarded for their patience with some brand new footage of the soon to be released new entry of the series.

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Today’s new Dark Souls 3 footage showcases plenty of weapons such as mace, longsword, greatsword and scimitar. The video also showcases the Knight and Cleric class as well as plenty of powerful Weapon Arts. You can check out the new footage right below.

New details on the Dark Souls 3 Season Pass have emerged online recently. According to the Xbox One store listing, Dark Souls 3 will be getting two different DLC packs, which will include, among other things, new maps, bosses and weapons. It’s also been confirmed that those who own previous entries of the series will be able to get the game for a slightly reduced price on Steam.

Winner of Gamescom 2015 “Best RPG” and over 35 E3 2015 Awards and Nominations, DARK SOULS™ III leads you once again into a challenging world of ruin and despair. Expand your DARK SOULS™ III experience with the Season Pass and gain access to 2 epic DLC packs at a discounted price. Challenge yourself with new maps, bosses, enemies and additional weapon and armor sets. Prepare yourself once more and embrace the darkness.

New details on Dark Souls 3 have emerged online a few days ago, thanks to yet another Japanese event focused on the game. The new details reveal more on Pyromancy, Weapon Arts, durability and more.

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Dark Souls 3 will be released this April on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game will be released next month in Japan.

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