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According to Kotaku, From Software (creators of Demon’s Souls) has confirmed that Dark Souls will be delayed, thankfully by a week, in Japan!
The game was scheduled for release on September 15th in Japan and October 4th and 7th in North America and Europe respectively. The new release date is set for September 22nd in Japan, but there have been no comments on wither the other regions will experience the same delay or not.
“From Software” hasn’t given any specific reasons behind the delay.
A new trailer for Dark Souls is here. Not only does it reveal giant bosses, environmental hazards and deadly enemies, the trailer also confirms an October release for the dark fantasy, role playing game. No other date was given besides the month. Dark Souls is the spiritual successor to Demon’s Souls, one of the best rpgs currently available for the PS3. Namco Bandai will publish the game in the West for both the PS3 and 360 while From Software handles it in Japan as a PS3 exclusive.
Fresh after yesterday’s details surrounding Dark Souls, a.k.a Project Dark, a.k.a the spiritual successor to Demon’s Souls, new footage of the dark fantasy has been released courtesy of Eurogamer. While the gameplay looks similar to Demon’s Souls, you may notice that the graphics have been touched up a bit. The trailer has Dark Souls slated for a 2011 release for the PS3 and 360.
This weeks Famitsu has some juicy details for Demon Souls fans. The spiritual successor or sequel of Demon souls has been outed with some juicy details. The game will be multiplatform and co-developed by Namco Bandai and From Software. Check out the info.
(Update: Gaming Everything posted this scan from Famitsu mag.)
- This is the official title of what was previously Project Dark
- This time they want to increase the amount of field exploration in the game.
- All fields are seamless, so whatever you can see, you can reach and explore. If you see a fortress or castle walls in the distance, you can eventually get there.
- There will be no map display in the game, just a position display marker.
- They aim to make the game just as challenging than Demon’s Souls, but also just as rewarding when you succeed. The sense of achievement is important.
- The gameplay will be similar to Demon’s Souls in concept, where it’s about trial and error and learning from your mistakes to play better.
- The game does not share the same world and story as Demon’s Souls.
- The game will not use the same format as Demon’s Souls in terms of having 5 worlds connected via a hub.
- Instead all maps in the game will be linked seamlessly in a connected world. The pace of the game will feel more about exploration and discovering locations, which you can then go inside into a dungeon or whatever and explore the interior further.
- There will be more complex level designs in the game using more vertical design in areas and such.
- The world setting is based on medieval dark fantasy, and will contain themes like “high fantasy of kings and knights”, “death and the depths of the earth”, and “the flames of chaos”.
- The character creation process will not be class based.
- The play style of the player character will have much more freedom this time.
- There will be many more spells and items, and the animation and uniqueness of weapons will also be increased.
- The online elements are very similar to Demon’s Souls. There is cooperative and PvP.
- You can still leave messages, and see players who died at various places.
- There will be no Soul Tendency this time because they don’t want to have to use dedicated servers to handle that shit again.
- Instead this time there will be more features allowing players to engage in “mutual role playing” which they say are still under wraps. They’ll reveal more when it’s time.
Although I’m not really looking forward to this title, there’s a lot of interest for the game. Turns out, the game, from From Software, will be hitting the states, according to Sony’s Twitter, which states:
No need to import – 3D Dot Game Heroes for PS3 is DEFINITELY coming to NA! Spread the word, more to come.
As to when the game will hit store shelves, that’s still up in the air. It will be coming to Japan on November 5th, though. Given this announcement, are you going to import it to get it early, or will you be willing to wait it out until it is officially released into the states?
Keep an eye on here for any further updates on the title.