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Dark Souls 2 PS4 and Xbox One Versions Listed on Tesco
Did you petition From Software to release Dark Souls 2 PS4 and Xbox One version along with the thousands of supporters who did so on Change.org?
Well, whether you did or didn’t, it looks like something might have clicked and you might as well get the critically acclaimed action RPG on your new console.
Don’t get excited just yet; it is just a game listing on a retailer website – nothing with the likes of an official confirmation.
For instance, it doesn’t list the name of the developer of the game and in the column for the release date it reads 31/12/13 (December 31, 2013). Sounds like the retailer’s calendar is just a little over half a year late on that.
There is no boxart, no other game related information, a release date that is well past but a price of £55.00. It could be anything but considering how they have put up an image of an Xbox One disc box; it does look like a mere error.
Although we should wait for an official confirmation, there is no denying that Dark Souls 2 PS4 and Xbox One version have been demanded enough to warrant a release.
Not to forget, From Software is already working on a brand new PlayStation 4 title Bloodborne aka Project Beast.
The game has turned quite a lot of heads with the few glimpses that the developer let loose, and now I am sure they wouldn’t want to compromise their time and efforts for something else.
Let’s see how exactly do they pull off the Dark Souls 2 PS4 and Xbox One version if and when it comes out.