A listing has appeared on Tesco.com for a ‘next-gen’ version of Dark Souls 2. Originally launching in March 2014, the game only appeared on PS3, Xbox 360 and later, PC. With the amount of re-releases of past generation games coming to the new systems, this wouldn’t come as a surprise. Grand Theft Auto V, The Last of Us, Metro are just a few examples of games that have received the upgrade.
Dark Souls 2 was very well received, and seeing that it was released 4 months into the new console generation, there were many complaints that it was on last-gen systems only. The price is set at £55 for both the PS4 and Xbox One versions, a standard price for games in the UK. The release date is currently 31/12/2014, a common placeholder date, meaning the likeliness of this being the actual date is low. Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor had the same placeholder date when it was first revealed, but has since moved forward to October, meaning Dark Souls 2, if it’s real, could still be released this year.
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