Dark Souls Nightfall, The Fan Sequel Is Postponed Again: The Demo Is Coming

The Grimrukh and Meowmaritus modders announced that Dark Souls: Nightfall, a long-awaited fan sequel to Hidetaka Miyazaki’s work, will not be launched next Friday as planned.

Initially scheduled for December 21, 2021, just in time for the Christmas holidays, Dark Souls: Nightfall had already been postponed to January 21, 2022. Unfortunately, the project curators, who remember to be exclusively previewed on PC, will not be able to respect even this date, since they are still engaged with the finishing and playtest of the fan sequel. They then postponed the release to a date after the launch of Elden Ring, which we remember to be scheduled for February 25, 2022.

Don’t worry, you won’t be completely speechless: to make up for it, on January 21 they will provide a playable demo of Dark Souls: Nightfall with the first two areas of the adventure. Inside you will find multiple weapons and bosses, as well as new mechanics all to test. Player feedback will be used to improve the final version of the game.

Dark Souls: Nightfall will continue the narrative experience of the original work starting from the final The Dark Lord, the one in which the Chosen One decides not to bind the flame. The mod will put you in the shoes of another not dead, making you experience a new story in a new map embellished with gameplay mechanics and unpublished combat. Learn more about this in our Dark Souls: Nightfall preview.

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