Demon’s Souls PS5 remake will embrace new gadgets, weapons, and armor

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Demon’s Souls PS5 remake will include new items, weapons, and armor

Bluepoint Games’ remake of Demon’s Souls appears to be like to be a principally trustworthy recreation of the PlayStation 3 unique, primarily based on not too long ago launched gameplay footage. But Demon’s Souls for PlayStation 5 gained’t be a strict one-to-one remake, primarily based on new particulars from the sport’s digital deluxe model — it’s going to have new gadgets, armor, and weapons that weren’t beforehand obtainable within the recreation.

We’ve recognized about a kind of weapons, the Reaper Scythe, which is obtainable as an unique pre-order bonus. While that scythe was within the unique recreation — the Reaper within the Shrine of Storms wields it — gamers couldn’t earn it for themselves. On the PlayStation Blog, Sony Interactive Entertainment inventive director Gavin Moore explains that the Reaper Scythe is “a pole weapon with a curved blade on one end that is so sharp that they say it can sever your soul from your body. It can mow down many targets in a single blow, but is difficult to handle and requires both strength and dexterity to use.”

Demon’s Souls’ new additions transcend that new weapon, nevertheless, primarily based on the PS5 game’s listing on PlayStation.com.

Included as a part of the Demon’s Souls digital deluxe version are the next new gadgets:

  • Red-Eye Knight Armor
  • Boletarian Royalty Armor
  • Ritual Blade
  • Hoplite Shield
  • Ring of Longevity
  • Preservation Grains
  • Phosphorescent Grains
  • Bearbug Grains

Some of these new gadgets look like new drops from present enemies, together with the Red-Eye Knight’s armor and what seems to be clothes primarily based on Old King Allant’s garb. The Ritual Blade seems to be the large cleaver utilized by the Gold Skeleton, whereas the Hoplite Shield would conceivably drop from Hoplites.

An merchandise referred to as the Ring of Longevity doesn’t exist within the unique Demon’s Souls, however one may infer it’d act just like the Wood Grain Ring from Dark Souls and bolster weapon sturdiness. The three grains are one thing of a thriller, however the latter two seem tied to the Phosphorescent Slugs and Bearbugs present in Demon’s Souls.

Demon’s Souls will launch day and date with the PlayStation 5 on Nov. 12.

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