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‘Dark Souls 3’ New DLC Hints At ‘City Of The Dead’, Players Want It Longer Than ‘Ashes Of Ariandel’ [VIDEO]

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"Dark Souls 3" may have a new DLC called the "City of The Dead" and it will be based on Londor, the Land of the Hollows. Moreover, players hope that the second DLC will be as good as the first one, the "Ashes of Ariandel," but only longer since the current DLC can be completed in just a few hours.

"Dark Souls 3" is a medieval swash-buckling and sword-wielding game filled with so many fierce bosses that a good 10 percent of players failed to reach the first save point. The game is legendary in terms of difficulty and is one of the few games that required a guide to defeat the first of several bosses.

It is not surprising that die-hard fans of "Dark Souls 3" have invested time and effort into the game like Sanandsk, the popular Youtuber. Sanandsk has dedicated his channel into everything related to "Dark Souls 3" and upon digging into the game codes, discovered references to the Japanese "Miyako No Moujia" or "The City of the Dead," GameRant reported.

Sanandsk believe that "Dark Souls 3" developer From Software may be releasing another DLC pack that may be set in Londor. This will also explain why there are hollow-like weapons that can only be obtained through hacks.

The said weapons could have been included during the development of "Dark Souls 3" in anticipation of the second and last DLC pack for the game. The first DLC, "The Ashes of Ariandel," was known for its brutal gameplay and inclusion of one of the best Souls' bosses, Wccftech has learned.

However, "Ashes of Ariandel" is too short with hardcore players able to complete the game in its entirety in just a few hours. Hence, players are hoping that the second "Dark Souls 3" DLC will be as good as the first one, but much longer.

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