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Dark Souls II PC preorder now at 20% off as release date is confirmed

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Update 5/29: The game has released, and the original 20% off coupon is over, however other discounts have been uncovered. Check here for the latest Dark Souls II deals.
It’s official, Today Namco Bandai Games named the Dark Souls II PC release date April 25th. Moments after the confirmed release date, a flurry of PC digital retailers started putting the title up for sale on their respective store front (hey gotta ride the trailer and announcement hype train after all). The two most notable retailers thus far is UK-based Green Man Gaming and the Poland-based G2A, not because they were the first to offer the preorder – but because they have discounts!

The best discount can be broken down by region. Green Man Gaming has a 20% off coupon code, which effectively gets you $10 off, while G2A has an almost unbelievable 54% instant discount, but the key is region restricted to Europe only.

> In North America Dark Souls II is $39
> In Europe Dark Souls II is only €39
> Use coupon: QUK706-XWFKI6-8UK3NL

If you’re in North America, you man need to hustle on GMG’s coupon code. Currently it’s set to expire on Friday, May 30th at 12 P.M. Eastern. Dark Souls II will release for Steam and will only work for Windows (sorry Mac).

Those who pre-order will be treated to a myriad digtial content bonuses. In-game you’ll get 10 early access weapons and shields, while as a digital bonus you’ll get the Original Game Soundtrack, PDF Artbook, and The Complete Dark Souls II Digital Comic Book.

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