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New graphics comparison video released for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

With Dark Souls II: Scholar of the first Sin set to release soon, players have been curious to know just how the improved next-gen version of the game will look.

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin to release in April

With Dark Souls II: Scholar of the first Sin set to release soon, players have been curious to know just how the improved next-gen version of the game will look. Developers From Software have stated that the game will feature updated graphics, audio and performance compared to the last-gen versions of Dark Souls II. And according to a recent report on the PlayStation Blog, the game lives up to that promise.

Sid Shuman of PlayStation has posted a report of his experience with the PlayStation 4 version of Dark Souls II. Shuman states that the  “native 1080p resolution, upgraded lighting effects, and cinematic filters give the game a richer, cleaner look compared to the PS3 version.”. PlayStation has also tweeted a link to the preview, confirming that the game is now running at a 1080p and 60 fps.

IGN followed this up by posting a comparison between the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC versions of Dark Souls II.  You can check out the comparison video below:

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin will include a copy of the original game as well as all three DLC packs and the new Scholar of the First Sin content pack. The next-gen version of the game will feature updated graphics, six player online mode and improved lightings and audio.

The game is slated to release on April 7th for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC. A Scholar of the First Sin update is now available for free on current-gen consoles and PC.

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