Your browser does not support JavaScript!

Download Dark Souls III Pc Game Free

dark soul 3 download free

Dark Souls III Download Free pc Game using single direct link for windows. No waiting , No trials, No survey. Only full version pc game.

Dark Souls III Pc Game Is an Action Fighting Game which is developed by FromSoftware and Published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for PS4 , XBOX and PC. It was released in March 2016 .

DARK SOULS III continues to push the boundaries with the latest, ambitious chapter in the critically-acclaimed and genre-defining series.

As fires fade and the world falls into ruin, journey into a universe filled with more colossal enemies and environments. Players will be immersed into a world of epic atmosphere and darkness through faster gameplay and amplified combat intensity. Fans and newcomers alike will get lost in the game hallmark rewarding gameplay and immersive graphics. Now only embers remain… Prepare yourself once more and Embrace The Darkness!

Dark Souls III System Requirements

System Requirements
OS: Windows 7 SP1 64bit, Windows 8.1 64 bit Windows 10 64bit
Processor: Intel Core i3-2100 / AMD® FX-6300
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 750 Ti / ATI Radeon HD 7950
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 25 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 11 sound device
Additional Notes: Internet connection required for online play and product activation
OS: Windows 7 SP1 64bit, Windows 8.1 64 bit Windows 10 64bit
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 / AMD® FX-8350
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 970 / ATI Radeon R9 series
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 25 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 11 sound device
Additional Notes: Internet connection required for online play and product activation.

Dark Souls III pc game Review

Dark Souls III is pretty cool, I guess.

You play as an Ashen One, a champion destined to defeat the lords of Cinder and link the first flame, a sort of beacon that keeps the light in the world while at the same time keeping the darkness at bay.
I think.

After beating up a large man with a coiled sword in his stomach and a very angry tapeworm living inside him, you find yourself in a temple called the Firelink Shrine, which is looked after by this cute lady that has a very long list of chores for you to complete while you’re out. The Firelink works as your home of sorts, it’s the generally safest place and all of your friends live there. But it doesn’t have a couch or broadband internet, you could probably sit in one of those giant chairs that one of the lords of Cinder used to sit in, I guess.

I can’t really go into much detail about the plot without spoiling a lot of things, so instead I will dance around talking about it like I’m playing the floor the lava.

Dink Rolls 3, like it’s predecessors, is an action RPG in the same vein of games like Blade of Darkness and Crusader: Might and Magic. While making your character, there are a multitude of options outside of just making them look like Gargamel from the Smurfs. You can choose where this character comes from, which doesn’t do anything but change the general backstory and appearance, but you also get to pick a starting class. In the long run, and much like a communist state, class doesn’t really matter, but it can be used to give a head start to whatever stats you actually want to level up during the course of the game.

Combat handles almost like two mustached gentleman having a boxing match, unless you’re fighting one of the many monsters that lie in wait, in which case it turns into you hoping that it doesn’t try to eat you with its horrific chest mouth. In Dark Souls III , Your character’s left and right arm are assigned by default to the triggers or bumpers on your controller or to your mouse. You can also lock onto your enemy so you can strafe around them and you don’t end up being squashed because your shield just so happened to be pointing the wrong way.

There is a surprising amount of diversity to the combat, you can play as a shield bearing knight or SHOTGUN WIZARD to be sure, but the equipment and stats really help how you shape your play style. You can just go it as a knight or mage, sure, but weapons are assigned to your hands rather than your character itself like other RPGs. Putting a staff or a charm in one hand and a sword in the other will allow you to cast spells as well as whack anything that gets too close, just like using a shield in both hands will let you block doorways for others and giggle at them like the massive jerk you are.

Drake Souls III: Hotline Bling also has this neat online feature like it did in the other Souls games. Others playing the game can leave messages that can warn, inform, or screw with others. The game will also leave blood stains on the ground to show you where other chumps had died so you can either avoid the danger or stand in amazement at how some people can get killed in this game. But most prominent, and arguably most important, is the coop and PVP features in the game.

While embered, which is Dark Souls III equivalent of having humanity, you can find summon signs on the ground that allows you to summon others into your game. This other players will help you defeat the area and it’s boss in return for an ember upon success. Or more than likely they’ll be killed in your place so you can trek on while they make a splat on the floor. Kind of like a Loony Toons episode.
But maybe you aren’t going to be a helpful little ghost that beats up monsters for others. Maybe you want to be… THE BAD GUY!

All these online features in Dark Souls III really work to enhance the general experience of the game. It makes the lonely journey not feel so lonely now that you know there are others on the same crusade as you are. It can also work as a motivator showing you that it’s not as hard as you thought if others could do it.
There are also these groups in the game you can join called Covenants, which work as a sort of guild system for the online community. Each Covenant has their own thing going on as well as their own goals.

The world of Dan Souls 3 is fairly large and expansive in its own way. While the world of Dark souls 1 was like a ball where everything is connected, the world of Dark Souls III is more like a branch, with a main road that breaks off into a plethora of curious locations. There’s always this sense of wonder and treachery when you embark on a new quest through a dangerous area, something that the second game seemed to lack since none of the areas didn’t seem all that connected. Like how the top of a windmill led straight to hell.

Getting immersed into Dark Souls III almost makes you feel like a Witcher, if that makes sense. While you can just go through the game and reach the end, there is a lot of reward for exploring and finding secret areas and dungeons that you may have not had to visit during your journey. You learn about the world around you by paying attention and scrounging for lore through various NPCs and items you obtain along the way. The items and equipment you pick up each have a description ranging from just the use of the item itself to the origin and history of the character it may or may not be related to.
They don’t seem all that important, but sooner or later things begin to click and you start to understand the world around you a little bit more.

The boss battles is where Dark Souls III really shines, some of them are lame, sure, but most of them feel like a climatic end or halfway point of your expedition into a dungeon or a cave or a castle or whatever. Bosses are fast, vicious, and hit hard, forcing you to think on your feet. They challenge your reflexes and decision making skills and you feel like a true hero when you manage to make a boss look like a fool by dodging all of their flashy and powerful attacks.
Dark Souls III is the kind of game that expects you to actually sit down and play the game, be engulfed in it’s dark and foreboding world, learn and connect the pieces that make up it’s lore. Is it the best RPG ever made? No, and if you didn’t like the other games in the series, I doubt you’d like this one. But is it a fantastic game? Definitely.

Dark Souls III gets 5 heavily armored camping trips out of 5 and the Dirk Dickbutt stolen Oscar award of approval.

Download Dark Souls III Free Pc Game

click here to download


Leave a Comment