Dark Souls 2 HD: PS4 vs PS3 Graphics Gameplay Comparison

Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin is the HD version of the acclaimed RPG from From Software for the new generation consoles and PC. The title is scheduled to hit stores on April 7th and should bring a lot of graphical improvements, including new features in gameplay. The YouTube channel Digital Foundry released a comparison video between the editions PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Check out the differences in graphics.

The material sets out the main visual enhancements of the punitive game. During the video, you can see improved textures and lighting effects reworked. The animations are also more fluid and more responsive fighting, since the title will run at 1080p and 60fps (including the Xbox One ) smoothly.

Dark Souls 2 HD: Scholar of the First Sin: Hands-on impression

Besides graphic enhancements, Scholar of the First Sin will have three DLCs (Crown of the Sunken King, Crown of the Old Iron King and Crown of the Ivory King) and will have most NPCs and enemies. Opponents have also been repositioned for the HD version can provide a new experience to anyone who has played the original edition.

It is worth remembering that the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 will also gain the definitive package of Dark Souls 2, but with lower quality graphics. Still, the versions of the older generation will receive a product with slightly improved textures and extra content.

Watch the graphics comparison video below: