PC gamers jealous of their console contemporaries who've spent the past month dying over and over again in the gloomy labyrinths of Dark Souls 2 now have a chance to plumb the depths themselves.
As Xav mentioned a few weeks back, the PC version of Dark Souls 2 "looks to be the best looking and performing version of the game." However, those who'd like the game to look even better may want to download the newly-released "GeDoSaTo" mod, which, in simple terms, adds customizable lighting effects and allows the game to run at extremely high resolutions. Obviously these tweaks will make Dark Souls 2 a bit more taxing on your gaming rig, but if you've got the necessary hardware, the end results are certainly more attractive than the base incarnation of the PC game.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, some players are reporting issues with the PC incarnation of Dark Souls 2. So far these glitches don't seem to be widespread, but if you pick up the game and find that it refuses to function properly, you should take a look at Steam's support page. From crashes to missing pre-order content, that site should cover all the problems you'll potentially encounter.
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