Dark Souls 2 PC gets a price drop, Trials Fusion for PS4 gets retail release

Dark Souls 2 for PC will release at a lower-than-expected price of Rs 1,999 in India.

Retailers had earlier listed the PC version for preorder at Rs 2,499 or Rs 2,999, but distributor E-xpress Interactive has now confirmed the Rs 1,999 price point.

That’s still higher than most PC games released by E-xpress, but this is because the game will be imported in fully packaged form (resulting in higher duties), as opposed to the game being packaged within India, as is usually the case.

Dark Souls 2 for PC releases on 25th April.

Trials Fusion to get PS4 retail release

Ubisoft launched Trials Fusion, the latest instalment in RedLynx’s daredevil motorcycle puzzle-platform-racing series, a couple of days ago, but only the PS4 version will get a retail release in India.

The game is also available for PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and are available cheaper if you buy them digitally, since the retail release also includes the season pass, which gives access to a year’s worth of post-release DLC.

Trials Fusion for PS4 will be released in India within the coming days for Rs 3,340.

The PC version has been delayed slightly to 24th April, and can be purchased via Uplay, Steam and several other digital services for $19.99 (approx Rs 1,200) without the season pass.

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