The Steam Shop once again has a great offer for you. A popular role-playing trilogy is currently 50 percent off. You can expect dark fantasy worlds and gripping boss fights that will push you to the brink of despair and beyond.
Dark Souls is famous and infamous. The tough role-playing games from developer FromSoftware have now even given birth to their own genre. If you like that legendary RPG trilogy is still missing on the PC, then you should visit the Steam shop now. All three games are currently reduced by 50 percent. The offer is valid until February 22, 2024.
Dark Souls Remastered
Dark Souls is the beginning. The acclaimed role-playing game with its hopeless world full of deadly enemies is a Gaming milestone. The remastered version with improved graphics is available on Steam for half the price. Instead of 39.99 euros, you only have to pay 19.99 euros. The DLC Artorias of the Abyss is also included.
Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin
Dark Souls 2 sends you on a new adventure. There are bosses to defeat and souls to farm. With the Director's Cut Under the name Scholar of the First Sin, the game was thoroughly revised and the placement of many enemies was changed. As with its predecessor, you can get it for just 19.99 euros instead of 39.99 euros. The three DLCs are also included in this version.
Dark Souls 3
Dark Souls 3 is the spectacular conclusion to the RPG trilogy. The world is dark again and virtual death awaits behind every corner. The game also offers the most beautiful graphics and the smoothest gameplay the series. However, Dark Souls 3 is also more expensive than its predecessors. On Steam you have to put 29.99 euros on the table instead of 59.99 euros. The two DLC also have to be purchased separately. The extensions are currently also reduced by 50 percent. You can get the deluxe edition, which combines everything, for 42.49 euros.
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The Steam discount provides the perfect opportunity for all gamers who still need to catch up on Dark Souls. All three games are also very independent. So you don't have to start from the beginning, you can easily start with the game that suits you most.