Dark Souls III will enjoy two expansions, included in Season Pass

The current trend for detailing DLC before a game is even released continues, with an Xbox Store listing for DLC for the upcoming Dark Souls III.

The sadistic geniuses over at From Software, developers of the Souls series, have remained typically silent on the matter but the listing tells us there will be two distinct DLC packages to which Souls fans can look forward. These will release sometime after 12 April 2016, when the main game lands on Xbox One; picking up the Season Pass at launch will net you both expansions.

We will need to wait for From Software to break their silence for more information – but we are happy to wait. From Software has a great track record in producing thoughtful DLC with considerable value-add. Both Dark Souls I and II benefited from DLC which significantly expanded their respective worlds and delivered challenging gameplay for Souls veterans. Over on the other side, Bloodbourne players enjoyed the critically acclaimed DLC The Lost Hunters.

Dark Souls III

With a pedigree like From Software‘s, we’re excited to see what they have in store.

Oh, and if you are a dyed-in-the-wool fan of the extraordinary Souls series, check out You Died, the Dark Souls Companion book by the brilliant Keza Macdonald and Jason Killingsworth!

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One thought on “Dark Souls III will enjoy two expansions, included in Season Pass

  • 17/02/2016 at 8:06 pm

    Its not 60fps tho, dark souls 2 scholar of the first sin was 60fps so why can’t dark souls 3 do it?

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