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Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC


11:30 AM on 03.06.2014
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There was concern that the PC release of Dark Souls II would arrive long after the game hits Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on March 11, 2014. While the PC date isn't as bad as some had feared, it's by no means right around the corner, either: April 25, 2014.

As much as it would be nice to play the game at a higher resolution with better frame rates the first time around, I absolutely do not trust myself to hold out until late April. Looks like I'll be buying Dark Souls II twice -- first on consoles, and again on Steam at some point.

Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC photo
Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC photo
Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC photo
Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC photo
Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC photo
Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC photo
Dark Souls II set for April 25, 2014 on PC photo




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