Dark Souls II's 'Locomotive Breath' Trailer Streamed

posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Game debuted in N. America on Tuesday, Japan on Thursday, & in Europe & Australia on Friday

Namco Bandai Games posted the "Locomotive Breath" trailer for its dark action role-playing video game Dark Souls II on Monday. The trailer features cut-scenes and gameplay footage set to Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath."

Namco Bandai Games Europe is also streaming a two Prologue videos for the game, the second of which serves as the game's launch trailer and features clips from some of the same cut-scenes as the video above.

From Software revealed Dark Souls II at Spike TV's Video Game Awards in December 2012. The game is a sequel to 2011's Dark Souls action role-playing game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. From Software had previously developed the Armored Core franchise and Demon's Souls game, for which the Dark Souls games serve as a "spiritual sequel."

From Software jointly developed the game with Namco Bandai Games, who shipped the game in North America on Tuesday for the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3. The game will shipped in Japan Thursday and in Europe and Australia on Friday. The game will be available for PC via Steam on April 25.

The game release includes a standard edition, limited Black Armor edition and Collector's Edition. The Black Armor edition includes an upgrade, collectible metal case featuring exclusive art of the warrior knight, Dark Souls II game and original game soundtrack. It retails for US$59.99.

The Collector's Edition includes the game, 12" warrior knight figurine, display case, collectible art book, a cloth game map, and everything in the Black Armor edition. It retails for US$119.99.

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