Dark Souls, the sequel to Demon's Souls, has been announced by the game's developer From Software. Demon's Souls was somewhat of a cult-classic PS3 exclusive from 2009. Dark Souls is expected to launch worldwide on the Xbox 360 and PS3 by the end of the year. It will remain a PS3 exclusive in Japan. Going multiplatform isn't the only change for the series, this time around Namco Bandai will be publishing it in the USA, Atlus published Demon's Souls. Keep reading for more details.
The current issue of Famitsu confirmed the game codenamed Project Dark is actually Dark Souls. Like Demon's Souls, Dark Souls is expected to have a similar level of character customization and freedom to explore at your own pace. Plus you can interact with the entire world; it will be seamless, if you can see it you can explore it. The article denied the two games would share any story connections. Co-op and online features have also been confirmed.
Fans of Demon's Souls changeling style of gameplay can rest assured Dark Souls will be just as hard and just as rewarding. How many hours of your life do you plan on devoting to Dark Souls?