5 Tips Before You Start Playing Dark Souls 3

Before you start Dark Souls 3 check out these tips , it will make the game a bit easy if you are a beginner without any regrets.
If you’ve been waiting for Dark Souls 3 to release so you could finally see what the game is about, you’ve picked a great game to start.
 The game’s combat is much harder than it’s ever been, with lots of tools to help you approach different situations in your way. It’s also more linear than its predecessors, and you’ll be getting introduced to new toys and story, giving you  time to enjoy everything.

1 – Start Dark Souls II  as a Knight Class

Dark Souls 3 doesn’t  have any traditional RPG classes. There are no distinct “tank” or “dps” builds and you’re never locked into anything. Instead, the different classes offer variations on a limited set of attributes

If you start the game with the knight class thsi class  comes equipped with a good sword and a good shield that’ll both serve you well in the begning of 10 hours of the game. The Knight also has a lot of points in Strength and Vigor, meaning you will do more damage while swinging, and you take more hits before going down.

Your Vitality stat, which controls your equip load and indirectly dictates how heavy your character can be, is also among the highest.

2 – Rolling is more than half the battle

Just like other Dark Souls games you need to roll to avoid enemy hits. A lot of the shields you find won’t absorb 100 percent of the hit damage, leaving you to take damage even after successfully blocking. And, if you’re dual-wielding or switching weapons at all, you have no shields, no defence.

3 – You cannot possible scre up your build

its a common thought while playing Dark Souls games that you put too many in this attribute or that stat thinking it will give you advantages later, but it doesn’t, and now you’re thinking these points should have been spent leveling up another stat.

Just dont worry because while playing you will come across an NPC that will allow you to relocate your points and you can even do that multiple times

4 – Don’t go over 70 percent equip load

below 70 percent you should  try to maintain an equip load. You can easily check your  load at the equipment screen by just simply placing the cursor over your armour or weapons. Even .5 percent makes a difference, so you shouldn’t ignore it.

5 – Never head into a boss fight carrying many Souls

Souls games 101 is to never head into boss fights carrying a decent chunk of acquired Souls. A great way to see just how many is too many, is to check the status screen. This screen will tell you how many you have and how many needed to level up.

  • bigevilworldwide1 .

    That tip about repec is terrible…..You can only respec a character 3 times and after that you cannot respec that character again…..