Dark Souls 2 could launch in March 2014, according to a billboard that has popped up on the LA Convention Center, where E3 will be held later this month
Dark Souls 2, the sequel to the popular open world action RPG Dark Souls, was announced last year during the Spike Video Game Awards for development on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 platforms.
The billboard contains no further information besides linking game title to the date.
The new game will be running on a new engine designed specifically for the game, and promises to be extremely hard.
From Software announced earlier this year that they will not be developing Dark Souls 2 for next-gen consoles.
T3 sat down with Dark Souls 2 director, Yui Tanimura, at a recent preview event in New York.
When asked about next-gen consoles, Tanimura stated, "It would be a lie to say we didn't consider it at all. But, right now there's no attempt to put Dark Souls 2 on the next-gen. We feel the current-gen's potential is still viable and we want to deliver Dark Souls 2 on current-gen."
To view the full interview click here.
To read all about Dark Souls 2 news on gameplay, footage, and difficulty click here.
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