Win A Copy Of Dark Souls 3 and Ashes of Ariandel DLC


It’s competition time!

Any one who has paid any attention to what I write might at this point figured out that I am a massive fan of the Dark Souls game series. Despite some reticence from my colleagues, they have allowed me out of my cage to offer you the chance to play what is perhaps the most polished game in the series.

As part of the competition, you can win the Steam codes for Dark Souls 3 and in addition the Ashes of Ariandel DLC.

Dark Souls 3

Dark Souls 3 is a challenging, but fun game that pits you against challenging environments and tricky bosses. Ok, so maybe a little bit more than tricky, but you get the idea.

Spoiler alert – You will die a lot.

As part of the competition, we are also giving away the Ashes of Ariandel DLC so you are easily looking at 30 hours plus of gaming here.


How to enter!

A winner will be picked at random and we would, of course, ask that all entrants are over the age of 17 as per the ESRB rating.

As the Dark Souls series is one of my favourites, I can’t recommend this enough. What are you waiting for! Get entering!

What do you think? A fan of Dark Souls? Looking forward to the original remaster? – Let us know in the comments!


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I have been a technology and gaming writer for the last seven years for brands like CNET, The Inquirer and Pocket-lint, but I've loved technology my whole life. I've also been lucky enough to work for the BBC where I maanaged the Top Gear website and worked on countless other shos, including science and technology focused Tomorrow's World. In 2012, I presented a sSky TV show called Gadget Geeks and now I'm a writer at The Enterprise Daily.


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