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The fan sequel to Dark Souls, Dark Souls: Nightfall, will now release in January 2022

Team Nightfall has just announced that its fan sequel to Dark Souls, Dark Souls: Nightfall, will now release on January 21st, 2022. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team has also released a new trailer that you can find below.

Dark Souls: Nightfall is a direct, fan-made sequel to Dark Souls with a new story, new combat system, new world map, and more. The good news here is that this is strictly a single-player mod. Furthermore, Nightfall will prevent the game from connecting to the official servers. Now the reason I’m saying this is good news is because you won’t have to worry about a potential ban. Since the game won’t connect to the servers, you won’t receive any penalty/ban for playing it.

Dark Souls: Nightfall was originally targeting a December 2021 release date. However, and in order to further polish it, the team has decided to slightly delay it.

Speaking of Dark Souls Remastered, you may be also interested in the following mods. There is a 6GB HD Texture Pack that overhauls maps, objects and enemies. There is also another graphics mod that improves the fog, lighting, light scattering, shadows, color correction and contrast of all areas. Additionally, this Ultra HD Texture Pack adds more than 100 high-quality 4K textures. Dark Souls: Remastest V2.0 is another amazing mod that adds Halo: Combat Evolved weapons, new MP maps, special attacks & more to the game. And lastly, there is a mod that adds the Dark Souls 2 armors to the first game.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

Dark Souls: Nightfall (MOD) – Release Date UPDATE

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