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Dark Souls II Prepares to Die on PC on April 25th

Posted on Friday, February 28 @ 16:29:00 Eastern by

Fans of From Software's devilishly satisfying RPG franchise have only short weeks left until they can dive into the adventure on Xbox 360 and PS3, but the game's PC release has been without a date until now.

Bandai Namco announced that Dark Souls II will arrive on PC April 25th, about a month after the console release and just in time for pirates to not care anymore, I guess. I don't think that will stop PC gamers from coming up with necessary improvements for the port, by any means necessary.

Still, Bandai Namco promises that Dark Souls II will allow for up to four times the resolution on consoles and can run up to 60 frames per second, with From Software adapting the game to keyboard and mouse controls.

The title will be available via Steam's digital distribution service with a collector's edition coming complete with DLC, T-shirt, art book, and a cloth map. Ready to die, Master Race? Click for more details on the Dark Souls II Collector's Edition.

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