Dark Souls III Will Be Playable At This Year’s Gamescom

Namco Bandai announced today that as a world premiere, Gamescom 2015 attendees will have the opportunity to get their hands on the next game in one of the most critically-acclaimed RPG series in videogame history, Dark Souls III. In addition, new content for NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 will be revealed.

Herve Hoerdt, Vice President of IP Strategy, Marketing & PR at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe, said:

“Gamescom is THE event you need to attend if you are a videogame fan or professional. As always, this is a great opportunity for BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe to make sure that we are perfectly aligned with our fans’ expectations and to unveil new details on some of the most-awaited games. All of our Manga and Anime fans will be delighted to discover brand new content for the future hit NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 and let’s not forget the players out there who are looking to get their hands on the next epic adventure with DARK SOULS III.”

Dark Souls III is being developed by FromSoftware and directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki, and promises to keep the series trademark sword and sorcery combat and rewarding action RPG gameplay.

In Dark Souls III, players will travel across a wide variety of locations in an interconnected world of unrelenting challenge and deep RPG gameplay as they search for a way to survive the coming apocalypse.

Dark Souls III is coming in early 2016 on Steam!

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