Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin is reported to be more than just a graphically updated DLC-bundled version of the dark Role Playing Game. In this DLC, you will return to Drangelic and find it to be a haunted land, quite different from the manner you left it in. The disc includes all three areas of the Lost Crowns along with an improved frame rate and the mesmerizing darkness which the older installment lacked. Now, it’s really necessary to decide between a shield and torch, do you prepare for an incoming attack or make sure to see it clearly?
From Software is at its best with Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin. There are a lot of mechanical tweaks along with a gripping story-line. You will find that the familiar levels are popularized with familiar enemies but the patterns are newer, which ultimately changes the whole experience. It’s better not to rely on previous game memories as what was once a farming ground could now be a formidable death trap.
You should think of Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin as a Remastered audio track or a director’s cut to a favorite film. Expert hands from “From Software” seem to have pushed this game beyond its earlier limits. With Dark Souls 2 and Bloodborne, it is certainly the best time to be a masochist. Even the veteran Souls player will find something to be loved here.
If you are a PS4 player, the console-exclusive Bloodborne is giving you a hard time with its formidable bosses and unforgiving gameplay. Meanwhile, PC and Xbox gamers shouldn’t feel too lonely as the definitive release of From Software’s Dark Souls 2 was presently launched on all formats. As mentioned before, it is more than just a graphical update for the present console generation. It involves the mixing up of enemy placement, expansion of the co-op and competitive multiplayer modes and creation of new challenges for older players that learnt the original title, inside out.