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Don't watch this Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City trailer

Brew a cuppa instead

Bandai Namco have released a new trailer for the final Dark Souls 3 [official site] DLC, The Ringed City, and I don't think you should watch it. It combines a load of gameplay clips showing locations, enemies, bosses, and other things that would surely be a lot more fun to discover yourself in-game. This is the end, my friend. The very last bit of Dark Souls as far as we know. Why flick a few pages ahead? I'll post it, for people who refuse to know better, but I suggest you instead brew a cup of tea. Don't click "Read the rest of this entry »". Off you go. Bye now. Ta ta.

FLIPPING TYPICAL.

Fine then.

Watch on YouTube

I wish I hadn't watched that myself. I did it for you, gang.

Fine, but don't watch this VaatiVidya vid with the 'Tube man talking about a preview version he played. Don't do it! You little monsters.

Bamco have said that The Ringed City "has players chasing after the Slave Knight Gael to the literal end of the world as he searches for the Dark Soul of Humanity". In the DLC's announcement, they explained:

"At the close of the Age of Fire, as the world ends and all lands converge upon themselves, a lone adventurer descends into the madness of the earth and uncovers the secrets of the past. As players make their way to the fabled Ringed City they will encounter ancient beasts, a new cast of characters teetering on the edge of insanity, new armor, weapons, magic, and at the bottom of it all, a long lost city filled with new horrors for players to overcome."

The Ringed City is coming on March 28th. It'll cost £11.99/14,99€/$14.99 or come in the £19.99/24,99€/$24.99 DLC season pass with the first expansion, Ashes of Arandiel. Ashes wasn't amazing but is still, y'know, Dark Souls, so probably go for both?

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