Dark Souls 3 £13.99 (68% off) || Dark Souls 3 & season pass £19.99 (66% off) || Darks Souls 3 Season Pass £9.49 (52% off) @ PSN
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Dark Souls 3 £13.99 (68% off) || Dark Souls 3 & season pass £19.99 (66% off) || Darks Souls 3 Season Pass £9.49 (52% off) @ PSN

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Found 16th FebEdited by:"copperspock"
Dark Souls 3 £13.99

Dark Souls 3 Deluxe Edition £19.99

Dark Souls 3 Season Pass £9.49


Both versions are the cheapest they've ever been on PSN:

psprices.com/reg…iii

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The DARK SOULS™ III Deluxe Edition includes the full game & the Season Pass. Expand your experience with the Season Pass featuring new maps, bosses, enemies and additional weapon and armor sets.

DARK SOULS™ III continues to push the boundaries with the latest, ambitious chapter in the critically-acclaimed and genre-defining series.

As fires fade and the world falls into ruin, journey into a universe filled with more colossal enemies and environments. Now only embers remain… Prepare yourself once more and Embrace The Darkness!
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Thank you. Perfect timing after just finishing bloodborne
Perfect. Thank you 👌
LIterally just bought the base game the other day, is the season pass by itself on sale?
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Dowgle4 m ago

LIterally just bought the base game the other day, is the season pass by …LIterally just bought the base game the other day, is the season pass by itself on sale?


You're in luck .

psprices.com/reg…ass

Did you buy the base game off PSN? I think you can get a refund if you haven't played it & make a request soon after purchase.

Ah yeah you can:

'If you change your mind about a purchase made from the PlayStation®Store, you can request a refund to your PSN wallet within 14 days from the date of transaction, provided that you have not started downloading or streaming your purchase.'


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Edited by: "copperspock" 16th Feb
Cool the Season pass is also on sale as I have the base game on disc.
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SVRich5 m ago

Cool the Season pass is also on sale as I have the base game on disc.


For some reason I thought someone else had already posted it :).
Cheers matey I bought the game physical on the cheap but will definitely buy the season pass for that price. Thanks again!
Having never played RPG games is this one suitable for a newbie?
RAHMAN217 m ago

Having never played RPG games is this one suitable for a newbie?


It'll be tough but worth it, great game
RAHMAN2124 m ago

Having never played RPG games is this one suitable for a newbie?



I'f I'm being honest I would say no. The Souls games are specifically known for being punishing with their difficulty and if you are brand new to RPG's I would start with something were you can set the difficulty down a bit and focus on enoying the world and story (Dragon Age, The Witcher, Dragon's Dogma) and then if you find that you enjoy them and want something more challenging then move onto The Soulsbourne style games Hope this helps.
Question... Has this been further patched since the original PS4 Pro patch early last year, and if so how's performance? I've read it's quite variable in that it's better than 30fps (for standard PS4s) but at the same time it very rarely gets close to 60fps.
Choppy performance is the one thing that puts me off.
Anyone know if the UK season pass will work with an Australian PSN ID

I have over 100 hours in the base game, but they are all in my Australian PSN. (physical copy of game)

I now have a UK PSN, but don't want to start over again.

Cheers.

Fantastic game BTW
RAHMAN2116th Feb

Having never played RPG games is this one suitable for a newbie?



Unfortunately not. As Dowgle said, it is known for being punishingly difficult, and really only RPG veterans would be comfortable playing this. I would say try out the genre first by playing less hardcore (but nonetheless amazing) action rpg games like The Witcher 3, Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, Skyrim, Nier Automata, Persona 5, Assassin's Creed Origins, etc. Assuming those games give you a taste for more hardcore RPG games with a smaller window for error in terms of combat, then definitely check out Bloodborne which I think is a nice introduction into From Software's titles and still easier than the Dark Souls series, then if you feel that you're ready, go for Dark Souls. I know I'm making it sound like getting into Dark Souls is an uphill climb, I just don't want you to play this game first, then get frustrated because you didn't know what to expect, and entirely give up on the genre when there's so many great RPG titles that are worth checking out besides Dark Souls, it's just Dark Souls is absolutely not for those that are not familiar with the genre. Hope that helps!
Edited by: "TheAmazingNoob" 17th Feb
TheAmazingNoob17th Feb

Unfortunately not. As Dowgle said, it is known for being punishingly …Unfortunately not. As Dowgle said, it is known for being punishingly difficult, and really only RPG veterans would be comfortable playing this. I would say try out the genre first by playing less hardcore (but nonetheless amazing) action rpg games like The Witcher 3, Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, Skyrim, Nier Automata, Persona 5, Assassin's Creed Origins, etc. Assuming those games give you a taste for more hardcore RPG games with a smaller window for error in terms of combat, then definitely check out Bloodborne which I think is a nice introduction into From Software's titles and still easier than the Dark Souls series, then if you feel that you're ready, go for Dark Souls. I know I'm making it sound like getting into Dark Souls is an uphill climb, I just don't want you to play this game first, then get frustrated because you didn't know what to expect, and entirely give up on the genre when there's so many great RPG titles that are worth checking out besides Dark Souls, it's just Dark Souls is absolutely not for those that are not familiar with the genre. Hope that helps!


Yes I agree! Been playing ac origins and the witcher 3 recently and love both of them. Tried Bloodborne and gave up easily but might give it another bash sometime soon...
I've been replaying Dragon's Dogma recently,
RAHMAN212 h, 26 m ago

Yes I agree! Been playing ac origins and the witcher 3 recently and love …Yes I agree! Been playing ac origins and the witcher 3 recently and love both of them. Tried Bloodborne and gave up easily but might give it another bash sometime soon...


It's definitely worth another go. I died many times in Bloodborne and I'm not ashamed to admit it. That's part of the charm of these games, you need to die in order to improve your fighting techniques, every enemy has a different strategy, you can't run in wildly swinging your weapon and hope they die, you need to be a lot more tactical about it, some enemies will force you to be very defensive etc. You know, I've been replaying Dragon's Dogma, and it comes pretty close to being a Dark Souls-like game without being Dark Souls, so definitely check that one out if you can
Great find, thanks
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