Dark Souls II – Crown of the Sunken King DLC Revealed, Two More DLC Packs Incoming

Namco Bandai and FromSoftware have revealed their DLC plans for Dark Souls 2, and have released a trailer for the first DLC that will be released later this month. According to the press release, three new DLC chapters known as The Lost Crowns trilogy will take players through entirely original areas to face a slew of unknown enemies, overcome diabolic challenges, and take-on fearsome bosses.

Here are the three DLCs that are planned for release:

– DLC of Crown of the Sunken King will be available in Europe and Australasia on July, 22, 2014 for PC and Xbox / July 23 for PlayStation 3
– DLC of Crown of the Old Iron King is scheduled for August 26, 2014 for PC and Xbox / August 27 for PlayStation 3
– DLC of Crown of the Ivory King will conclude the trilogy on September 23, 2014 for PC and Xbox / September 24 for PlayStation 3.

And here is some additional info for Crown of the Sunken King DLC:

“Crown of the Sunken King, the first chapter in the trilogy, sends you on a journey to reclaim the crowns that Drangleic’s King Vendrick once owned. Crown of the Sunken King features an entirely different world within the DARK SOULS II universe, where stepped pyramids span a vast underground cavern. It is said that one of the ancient crowns lay buried deep within these dark caverns; but surely such a valued item cannot sit unguarded. Players that seek adversity and glory will be rewarded with a crown that holds the strength of lords from times long past.”


Dark Souls II - PS3/X360/PC - Crown of the Sunken King (Trailer)

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