It seems that Bandai Namco have definitely learned their lesson from past mistakes on PC releases. Today they’ve confirmed via the @DarkSoulsGame Twitter account that the Dark Souls III release for PC will most definitely run at the “PC standard” of 60 frames per second.

We’re now a mere two weeks away from the March 24th Japanese release date for Dark Souls III, followed by the U.S. release on March 26th and worldwide April 12th respectively. The game comes to Windows, PS4 and Xbox One from developer From Software and aforementioned publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment. There are three editions available for purchase in the standard “Apocalypse Edition, followed by the Collector’s Edition and the super-fancy, bragging rights release known as the Prestige Edition. Praise the sun!

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