Tak Miyazoe recently talked a little bit about the PC version of the multiplatform video game, “Dark Souls 2.” According to a report from Game Planet on March 13, the producer first explained that the computer release date for the open-world action role-playing game was delayed because From Software wanted to spend more time working on the port.
The development team was criticized heavily by the community for the poor port of the original “Dark Souls” title on the PC. As a result, they made sure that enough time was allocated in order to provide higher resolutions and better frame rates when compared to the PS3 and Xbox 360 iterations of the same game. The control scheme is also going to be adopted for the keyboard. You can find a set of “Dark Souls 2” screenshots with the gallery to the left side of this article and the comments below:
We apologise for the delay, but we did spend time working on the PC version, making sure that we do attend to higher resolutions, higher framerates, and also keyboard mapping most controls.
“Dark Souls 2” was released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 on March 11. The graphics for the software product was reportedly downgraded when compared to the earlier videos that were publicly shown. The PC version should feature improved visuals when put up against the console iterations.
Bandai Namco Games will be releasing the second installment of the “Dark Souls” series for computers on April 25 in the North American region.