The day has finally come for those gamers waiting for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin to be released, as the game is available from today. There is certainly a lot to look forward to, and while some will see this as an expensive upgrade, it’s not when you consider the tougher enemies and placements, along with all-new items and armor.
If you have yet to be tempted by this new version (Dark Souls 2 PS4 Vs PS3 analysis) of the game, then please let the trailer below help you out a little, just to see what it is you are missing. Once you have been persuaded, then the next question is where to buy the new Dark Souls II from.
We thought we would offer you two of the best options for gamers in the UK, with the first being Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin at GAME. You can currently purchase this on four platforms, and those are the PS3, Xbox 360, PS3 and the PS4. The prices are £24.99 for the older platforms and £39.99 for the new generation of consoles. You can also go for the PlayStation 4 bundle with this new game and Bloodborne for £359.99.
However, there is a slightly cheaper option, as the Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin price at Tesco is a little more competitive. The UK supermarket chain is currently asking for £22 for the game on the older generation, as well as PC, and £36 on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Ok, so this is not much of a difference, but saving a few pounds and managing to add a few more points to your Clubcard seems to be a good option to us.
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