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From Software Discusses Possibility Of Dark Souls II For Next-Gen

Posted on Thursday, January 16 @ 04:48:30 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Despite the fact that Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are the two new consoles on the block, From Software's latest, Dark Souls II, is only coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. 

When asked Edge whether or not a next-gen version is in the cards, co-director Yui Tanimura told the outlet, "We have not put any thought into this yet, so I unfortunately can’t answer at this point." With regard to why the team has focused on developing for older hardware, he went on to add that the goal with Dark Souls II has been to "deliver the game to fans as soon as possible."

Are you planning on picking up Dark Souls II when it launches on March 11th? Have you been secretly hoping that a beefed up version will come to Xbox One and PlayStation 4? Comment below and let us know.
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