The long-awaited arrival of Dark Souls to the PC has been realized. After a lot of wishes and a whole lot of speculating, Namco Bandai have officially announced the existence of Dark Souls PC.
Now dubbed Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition, is penciled in for release across Europe and Autralasia August 24th bringing the classic adventure, borderline death-simulator to Windows-based PCs with all the material from it’s console counterparts bar a few additional bosses and even an enhanced PvP mode for more easily executable battles against one another.
Dark Souls producer, Daisuke Uchiyama has this to say on the matter:
“Our fans demanded to see this game brought to the PC, and the noise they
have made was simply too loud and too passionate to ignore. This also
allowed us to dive back into the world of Dark Souls, offering a special
edition of the game that offers more ways to die over and over again than
ever before. Adding a whole new chapter to tell the tale of the Dark Knight
Artorias was an opportunity we’re also proud to have taken, as we’ve
managed to expand the experience for our biggest fans without compromising
the balance of the core game that we worked so hard to create. This edition
of the game is our gift to the fans.”