Dark Souls III Releases In April 2016 – New Screenshots & Gameplay Trailer

Bandai Namco today announced the release date for Dark Souls III, their highly anticipated action role-playing game from FromSoftware. Dark Souls III will be available throughout North America, South America, and Europe in April 2016 for the PC via Steam.

In order to celebrate this announcement, Bandai Namco released a new set of screenshots and a new gameplay trailer for Dark Souls III.

Dark Souls III will provide players with an all-new world filled with heinous enemies, hidden secrets, and captivating environments as they search to destroy the awakened Lords of Cinder and discover what has happened to this apocalyptic land.

As the press release reads, Dark Souls III pushes a deeper sense of role-playing than previous iterations of the series with key additions that provide players with a set of tools and in-game options to customize their gameplay experience.

“Skills, a new addition to the DARK SOULS combat mechanics, adds attack modifiers to each weapon type, allowing players an increased tactical advantage in combat. Increase an axe’s attack power with War Cry or break an enemy’s guard with a quick upward swing from Ready Stance. The choice of if and when players use these added abilities is up to them. Players will also be able to equip their character with a wide variety of armor sets, medieval weaponry, as well as come across powerful sorceries and miracles as they develop their own personal style of play.”

Enjoy!

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DARK SOULS Ⅲ 発売日決定トレーラー 【TGS 2015】

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