Bandai Namco has confirmed the release date for the PC version of Dark Souls II as April 25, a full month and a half after its console counterparts. However, the wait might be worth it because PC gamers will be playing a far more visually impressive package.
On PCs, Dark Souls II will run at four times the graphic resolution of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and it will also run at a steady 60 fps. Unlike from what it has stated in previous reports, FromSoftware has caved in and decided to add keyboard and mouse support. It might not be happy about it though.
Naturally, Dark Souls II will be available through Steam, and an expansive physical collector’s edition comes with a T-Shirt, artbook, cloth map, and the Black Armor Weapon DLC package.
Dark Souls II will be released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on March 11, and the PC version will follow shortly afterwards on April 25.