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Peter Triezenberg
Dark Souls III "Ashes of Ariandel" DLC Out October 25th
Those snowy wastes look awfully familiar...
08.26.16 - 1:56 AM

After teasing an announcement for August 24th, Bandai Namco has unveiled the first DLC expansion for Dark Souls III. Entitled Ashes of Ariandel, it will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 25th for $14.99 USD. You can also nab a Season Pass that includes the 2017-bound second expansion for $24.99. Check out an official synopsis and the new trailer below, and new screen shots in our Dark Souls III gallery.


Return to the world of Dark Souls III and uncover a terrible secret that lies within the frozen land of Ariandel. Players will find themselves steeped in a brand new environment filled with terrifying new enemies, challenges, and exciting lore to expand the overarching Dark Souls III storyline.

Players are tasked to enter the land of Ariandel and defeat the evil within to uncover the mystery of what has caused the land to become defiled. In addition to adding a new environment to Dark Souls III, the Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel expansion will also include new weapons, armor sets, and magic for players to discover and experiment with, as well as new features for the game’s wildly popular competitive multiplayer mode.





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