Dark Souls II to arrive in 2014

Dark Souls II

(From Den of Geek)  A huge banner advert for Dark Souls II has surfaced in Los Angeles, apparently above the E3 convention centre, and underneath the game’s logo is a date of March 2014.

This almost certainly indicates that the next instalment of the punishing action RPG is due to arrive early next year, much to fans’ delight.

What’s also telling is that the bottom-right of the banner also features platform logos for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.

There’s no indication of any next gen console inclusions, so it would appear that, at least for now, the game is purely current gen.

However, as Namco Bandai has stated that it’s treating the game as a massive triple-A title, a port to the new consoles could be possible, especially if it sells well, which is likely given the success of Dark Souls.

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