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Dark Souls 2 Looking Better Than EVER for the Next Gen

Posted February 23, 2015 by Kenesu in News

If you liked how Dark Souls 2 looked on the PS3 then you’ll LOVE how it’s shaping up to look on the PS4. Though graphics don’t really make or break a game, it does help very much when you can enjoy the gorgeous view of the environment around you as you’re leveling up and causing mayhem within it. With that being said, fans of the Dark Souls series will be definitely appreciate the visual face-lift Scholar of the First Sin has gotten as it prepares to make its move from the PS3 to the PS4.

Jumping from 720p to boasting a 1920×1080 resolution with FXAA Anti-Aliasing, Digital Foundry has made a clear effort in making the game look a lot more cleaner and sharper than its PS3 counterpart. In addition to visual upgrade, they’ve also adjusted the frame-rate of the game as well, clocking its speed at a solid 60FPS. with occasional slippage in specific areas that have a lot of chaos and explosions going on, bringing it to 50fps. Check this video out for a PS3/PS4 comparison of the games visual make-up so far. You’ll DEFINITELY see a clear difference between the two.

While we’re still a month and a couple weeks away from its release to the PS4/Xbox One Community, its definitely looking better than ever and has us all in high anticipation for its arrival to the next gen platform. What are y’all’s thoughts of Dark Souls 2 visually? Leave your comments below and check back with us as we keep you up to date on more to come with this Dark Souls 2 and more. See ya!

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