A few weeks before its release on PC and gaming consoles, Dark Souls 3 benefits from a new gameplay video captured at a live-streaming made by From Software, the studio behind the license.
After an excellent Bloodborne game released last year on PlayStation 4, the Japanese studio From Software continues to provide very good role-playing game to fans of the genre with Dark Souls 3. This episode, which should permanently close the series, will operate the on legacy of previous parts of the series and, with a view to offer a more complete gameplay.
A YouTube user has recently captured a video taken by an official streaming of From Software, showing some gameplay clips from this next installment. The graphics is in the spotlight, and some battles that promise to be more vivid than in Dark Souls 2.
In the new gameplay video, presented at the end of this article below, you can see the use of knife and bow in battle. Playing the class is the thief. Allegedly, these are excerpts from the tutorial of Dark Souls 3. You can see in the video below how to make two weapons in the game and how struggles can run with it. In direct comparison with its predecessor Dark Souls 2, the fights of Dark Souls 3 run faster and are based more on Bloodborne.
Recall that Dark Souls 3 is due for release on April 12, 2016 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.