Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin for PlayStation 4
PS4

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

Apr 7, 2015

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: FromSoftware
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The undead curse continues to spread across the kingdom of Drangleic with Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, a compilation of the critically acclaimed Dark Souls II along with its three DLC chapters (Crown Of The Sunken King, Crown Of The Old Iron King, and Crown Of The Ivory King) along with an array of all-new content.

Face the challenge once again in this sequel to the hardcore action RPG. Dark Souls II features a new hero, a new storyline, and an unfamiliar world for players to survive in while delivering its signature brand of unrelenting punishment that players hunger for. Epic battles with gruesome enemies and blood-thirsty bosses await adventurers as they traverse through a devastated world filled with death and despair; only those who are strong willed or cunning can survive this journey to achieve great glory.

Critic Reviews

25 Reviews
8.47
Nicholas PlouffeApr 15, 2015
Overall, Scholar of the First Sin is a fantastic upgrade and worth the purchase if you never had the chance to play Dark Souls 2 on PC or current gen consoles. Even if you did play through it before, the DLC alone is worth checking out. The visual upgrades are rather stunning if you haven’t played on PC, and the new enemy positions offer veteran players a nice surprise.
Tim TuriApr 07, 2015
Scholar of the First Sin is best suited for two types of player: Complete Souls newcomers that insist on playing with the latest hardware, and returning warriors who soaked up every bit of new game-plus content loaded into the original. While I don't think the encounters are quite up to the level of the original, it's hard to argue with more of one of 2014's best games.
Aaron BirchApr 11, 2015
On the face of it, Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin isn't all that impressive when compared to other remasters. Visually, it's a step up, but it's not a current gen eye-melter, and if you've played the DLC already, you'd be forgiven for thinking there's little reason to get this. However, the improved visuals, much smoother frame rate, all the DLC, and the remixed enemies and items make for a great, if subtle remaster, and if you're a hardened Souls fan, or you've yet to play the game, this is essential.

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