Namco Bandai published the cinematic intro of its anticipated Dark Souls 3, which serve to introduce us the third installment of the saga where Yhorm the Giant, Aldrich the Holy of Darkness, the legion of undead Farron, Keepers of the Abyss and more enemies await us in Lothric. Remember that Dark Souls 3 has its release date set for 12th, April 2016 and will have no less than three collector editions that depart from 150 to 500 euros.

Yes indeed. It is called Lothric. Where the transitory lands of the lords of cinder converge. In venturing north the pilgrims discover the truth of the old words. The fire fades and the lords go without thrones. When the link of fire is threatened the bell tolls unearthing the old lords of cinder from their graves. Aldritch, Saint of the Deep. Farron’s Undead Legion, The Abyss Watchers. And the reclusive lord of the profaned capital, Yhorm The Giant. Only in truth, the lords will abandon their thrones, and the unkindled will rise. Namlessacursedundead, unfit even to be cinder. And so it is that ash seeketh embers.

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Dark Souls 3 Minimum requirements

We assume that almost 90% of our visitors can play this game without problems, since it requires very few resources that translate into an Intel Core i3-2100 @ 3.10 GHz or APU AMD A8-3870 @ 3.60 GHz with a demanding 8GB RAM accompanied by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 or  ATI Radeon HD 6870 with 50 GB of internal storage. All this will move under DirectX 11 API.

Dark Souls 3 Recommended requirements

To play smoothly and we assume that the highest quality, we boarded an Intel Core i7-2600 @ 3.40 GHz or an AMD FX-8150 @ 3.60 GHz with 8Gb RAM and asking for a GeForce GTX 750 Ti or ATI Radeon HD 7850. The minimum and recommended requirements are quite affordable, now  we are waiting for future graphic comparison of the PC version with the console versions, although we smell very few differences.

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