Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel for PlayStation 4
PS4 - DLC

Dark Souls III: Ashes of Ariandel

Oct 25, 2016

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Dark Souls III to play.

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About this game

Developer: FromSoftware
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

You, are the unkindled. As part of the Dark Souls™ III Season Pass, expand your Dark Souls™ III experience with the Ashes of Ariandel™ DLC pack. Journey to the snowy world of Ariandel and encounter new areas, bosses, enemies, weapons, armor set, magic spells and more. Will you accept the challenge and embrace the darkness once more?

Gamer Reviews

5415 Reviews
9.34
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Adam Gonting

Adam Gonting

Apr 18, 2021
7.80
Luis Vargas

Luis Vargas

Mar 31, 2021
8.50
Some say Kosm

Some say Kosm

Oct 8, 2020
6.50
Martin Ruiz

Martin Ruiz

May 19, 2020
8.30

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

18 Reviews
7.32
Miguel ConcepcionOct 27, 2016
While Ashes of Ariandel is ultimately a safe addition to Dark Souls III, it's convincingly satisfying; the risk of death at any moment is as likely as finding a new piece of practical gear or the discovery of an unexplored path. Just don't expect any areas as memorable as those in the main game or revelatory moments that substantially expands the lore.
7.80
Brendan GraeberOct 20, 2016
The Painted World of Ariandel presents a land that’s both enticing and dangerous, and there’s plenty of challenges to face even if you won’t have to face them too many times. However, unless you really love dueling in PvP arenas and can find sustained interest there, this adventure may serve as more of an appetizer than a full course meal.
Mitch JayNov 03, 2016
Is it worth getting Ashes of Ariandel? Yes, yes it is, though I do recommend buying the season pass as it’s unlikely that we’ll be disappointed by the games next DLC too – don’t worry, we’ll be reviewing it once it’s out! Ariandel is a gorgeous land and it’s a shame that there isn’t a whole lot to really explore, but it’s an enjoyable romp that lasts for a few hours and should please those who are itching for more Dark Souls. One of the strongest games of 2016 has just gotten better and I’m excited to see how its legacy will wrap up once the final DLC releases.

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