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The Dark Souls Series Gets Some Slick Discounts On PC

Steam codes for the Dark Souls series are currently discounted in a new Humble sale.

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With Elden Ring news expected in the coming months, it's never been a better time to jump into From Software's beloved Dark Souls series. Thankfully, you can get all of the games and DLC expansions at great prices, thanks to a new Humble sale that discounts the entire franchise. If you're looking to get all three games and everything they offer, all you have to pay is $51.22.

Dark Souls Remastered is currently down to $20. The remaster gave the original game a new coat of paint. It can now run at 4K and 60 FPS, with some changes to how the online multiplayer works--there are now dedicated servers, and up to six players can be in a single world at a time, as opposed to the original's four. Many laud the original as one of the best games ever made. GameSpot's Dark Souls review scored it a 9.5/10, criticizing the original version's frame rate performance, something that's now fixed with the remaster.

Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin is the black sheep of the Dark Souls family, featuring unique mechanics and systems that the other two don't. Regardless, it's still a great game that scored a 9/10 in our Dark Souls II review. Scholar of the First Sin comes with all of the game's DLC and only costs $10.

Dark Souls III was a much faster game than its predecessors, taking some inspiration from Bloodborne, another game in From Software's library. It saw a return to the original's lore and many of its mechanics while making adjustments to how some of them work, such as curse and bleeding afflictions. It scored an 8/10 in GameSpot's Dark Souls III review for its thrilling combat and creative, challenging bosses. You can snag Dark Souls III for $15, the Ashes of Ariandel DLC for $7.49, and The Ringed City DLC for $7.49. Alternatively, you can get both DLCs in the season pass for $12.49 or the Dark Souls III: Deluxe Edition for $21.24, which gets you the base game and both expansions.

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