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Colin Burns
Revisit Death With Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition
Just in time for Halloween.
10.11.15 - 6:45 PM

Nordic Games has announced that Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition will release worldwide on October 27th for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will cost $29.99 US.

This new version of the last-gen gothic action RPG will feature enhanced visuals, better balance and loads of DLC weapons. The remaster is being handled by Gunfire Games and here is what design director, John Pearl, had to say:

"We started by revisiting every asset in the game, increasing the texture resolutions and brought the art up to spec to take full advantage of the new lighting and rendering. Darksiders II has a lot of DLC in the form of weapons, armor and unique locations. These pieces of DLC which felt separate from the main campaign have now been integrated into the game and rebalanced accordingly."

"Lastly, we've addressed much of the feedback we received after the game's release in regards to balance and bugs. With all these changes, this is truly the Definitive Edition of Darksiders II."

Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition


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