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Dark Souls 2 To Receive The Lost Crown Trilogy DLC

Posted June 8, 2014 by Bunneh3000 in News

Are you ready to revisit death in darkness more than three times over? Well, From Software and Namco Bandai wish this for you all as Dark Souls 2 is set to receive a trilogy of DLC starting this July.

Also shown within the trailer as The Crown Of The Sunken King, this three episode affair will provide additional areas to explore including pyramids, caverns, new creepy looking foes (what was that greenish crawling nun-looking thing). King Vendrick must have been pretty powerful as these episodes look to have quite a few massive ugly looking boss battles that will put ever blade and spell to the test.

Here are the release dates for the three episodes on the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and PC:

The Crown of the Sunken King – July 22, 2014
The Crown of the Old Iron King – August 26, 2014
The Crown of the Ivory King – September 24, 2014

Originally Takeshi Miyazoe, From Software producer, had said that Dark Souls 2 was to be a complete experience with no DLC planned. Later on when asked about DLC he decided that it would be based upon “fan feedback”. Considering the success that Dark Souls 2 has been for the company worldwide, it was clear that there was a need to extend the experience.

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