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Check Out The Upcoming Dark Souls: Nightfall Mod



There are plenty of Dark Souls mods out there, whether you’re looking for a new organized world, random encounters, and loot that could land you up against multiple endgame bosses within minutes, and more. Yesterday, Grimrukh and Meomaritus posted an 18-minute preview of the upcoming Dark Souls: Nightfall, which you can watch below. In a nutshell, this mod includes a new story, a new combat system, a new world and much more.

As is the case with most projects like this, there is no affiliation with Bandai Namco or From Software. You can see significant changes from the standard Dark Souls opening in just a few moments of this demo, which offers a glimpse of how things might end up coming together.

Watching fans tear apart and put the Souls games together is always fascinating and has created many interesting projects over the years, including Cinders and one of Grimrukh’s previous projects, Daughters of Ash. The demo is worth seeing, with a new voiceover, the start of a new storyline, and a new boss as some of the highlights. A day / night cycle is also being developed which may or may not have important implications.

The Dark Souls series has led to the entry into force of its own subgenre in recent years, asking designers to create elaborate worlds, haunting environments, and spooky combat that challenge players to overcome the impossible. “Seven years later, From Software’s Dark Souls influence on the gaming industry is impossible to ignore,” I said in my Dark Souls Remastered Game Informer review a few years ago. A stimulating atmospheric experience through classic fantasy tropes with a dark tint, Dark Souls has boosted a whole genre of soul-like titles and provided a haven for those who enjoy exploration, larger than life boss fights. and a world steeped in mystery. Dark Souls Remastered is the way to play the game today if you’re on console, although PC gamers may have experienced many of the same upgrades via Durante’s famous DSFix mod. “

Now not everyone is in the modding. You can still hang out with Nioh 2 if you can’t wait for Elden Ring!

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