Dark Souls II Concept Art Revealed

Friday, December 21st, 2012

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With Dark Souls II’s official website updating, it reveals a plethora of new concept art:  possible equipment, key story items, armor sets, enemies, bosses, areas to explore, and all the speculation we can sink our teeth into!

For what it’s worth, the concept art does not disappoint. The designs for some of the enemies (or at least what I assume could be enemies in the final product) look horrifying, fitting the dark tone that both previous games had. The strange markings on the gloves/gauntlets could be something of great importance; so any fan who could figure out what they could possibly mean, speak up!

It’s good to see Namco Bandai going to such lengths to hype the game up, which is always welcome for such a prestige series. As both From Software and Namco Bandai have stated, the game is in development for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC; no release date has been given.

Check out the trailer if you missed it before!

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  • This had better come to the Wii U.

    • Yeah can you stop port begging on the Dark Souls related articles? If you can do that, that would just be wonderful, thanks! 🙂

    • Why?  Is there a problem with asking for a game to be ported to a console I own so I can actually play it?

    • Because you beg for the same thing in every Dark Souls II article. 😛

    • I’m just trying to get a point across.

    • Pretty much with  what Justin said, it’s annoying.

    • Ya know what, just forget about it.  It doesn’t matter at all.  Regardless of what I say, my comment is ineffectual at best.  I doubt there are any people involved with the development of Dark Souls II who are reading this article to begin with, let alone any that would be swayed by comment alone.  Besides, the Wii U’s doing more than well enough without Dark Souls II and I’m certain I could live without it.