Bandai Namco's action role-playing game "Dark Souls 3" is now the number 1 title for PCs in terms of sales, and fans of the game can't wait for its downloadable contents (DLCs) to be announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2016 this month.
Players of the game are in for a treat now that Bandai Namco is set to announce the release of two DLC packs for the game. The names of the extension packs are yet to be known, but it is said that both DLC packs are slated for release this fall.
Apart from the two expansion packs, the game might come with its previous DLCs, which include the "Artorias of the Abyss," "Crown of the Sunken King," Crown of the Old Iron King," and "Crown of the Ivory King."
Rumor has it that the new DLCs may contain features like traveling back in time, as well as the addition of some breathtaking geographical backdrops.
Taking a hint from the game's previous installments and expansion packs, it is safe to assume that the upcoming segments of the game will be offering smaller maps contrary to what most fans are expecting.
Since the game's release in April, it's been a while now and players are expected to be in the game's tail end or have already passed it. These upcoming expansion packs will definitely prove to be a godsend for players who can't get enough of the game.
It is said that the expansion packs for "Dark Souls 3" will be sold together for $25, but it can be also bought separately and the prices for each are yet to be announced.
The game has accumulated an amount of $45 million from all digital channels during its first month of release, making it the first installment in the franchise to perform better on the PC platform compared to other console versions.