Microsoft has revealed when it will end support for Windows 10, with the date rounding off to ten years since the OS first launched….
Dark Souls III will be released on 12 April for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. If the posting is accurate, those who pre-order the game through the Xbox Store will receive a download code for the original game.
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Dark Souls debuted on PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. It will be part of the Xbox Compatibility programme.
The second game also debuted on last generation consoles and PC, but was remastered and repackaged for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin.
With Microsoft coupling all of the Gears of War titles with Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Alan Wake titles with Quantum Break, and now Dark Souls to name a few, the technology giant appears to be pushing the Xbox brand as much as possible.
It appears as though Microsoft is set on giving away last generation games with pre-orders of new titles, a new trend we hope more companies adopt in the future.
Update: Major Nelson has confirmed the inclusion of Dark Souls with Dark Souls III pre-orders on Xbox One.