Dark Souls 3 : Ringed City DLC Details Leaked in a Japanese Publication Famitsu

Even as Dark Souls 3: Ringed City is all set for release towards the end of March 2017, a Japanese publication Famitsu has provided some details of the same as spoilers.

Set in the city of Londor, the source gives information about noteworthy NPCs, enemies and a bit of the storyline as well. While the details given are not very clear, there are many captions and descriptions pertaining to various characters.

Dark Souls 3 Ringed City

The Sable Church is situated in Londor and is home to characters like Yoel, Yuria and Sister Friede. While the first two characters mentioned have been borrowed from the first game, the last one has been taken from the Ashes of Ariandel DLC. Interestingly, Yuria and Friede are siblings, with the latter being the elder of the two. The new Dark Souls 3 DLC also presents more details about the monster Abyss Dragon who was earlier engaged in a battle against Millwood Knights who also appears in the Ashes of Ariandel DLC. Like any other dragon, this one also breathes fire and has black crystals on its body. Living in darkness, the dragon is capable of flying through air.

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Other leaked details indicate the possibility of inclusion of Filianor, a sleeping woman clad in moss who holds a stone ball and an unnamed monster who bears a resemblance to the Pilgrims. For those who do not know, Pilgrims are winged creatures who are present in the Lothric Castle at its higher levels. Filianor’s sleep is said to benefit the other characters in the game. Apart from the characters involved, the spoiler also makes special mention about a costume termed as Knight armor that is obtained from the Age of the Gods. This attire is rarely adorned by women, and only members of the royal clan wear this kind of fine dress.

Dark Souls 3 : The Ringed City will arrive a couple of days before March ends on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gaming consoles, as well as on PC for those who do not own consoles.

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