DLC in Dark Souls 3 is downloadable content that is released post launch. All information about any possible DLC will be placed here when known.

  • The first DLC is titled Ashes of Ariandel and released on October 25th, 2016. It is priced at USD 15 for the single item. Both DLCs are sold together for a total of USD 25, saving players USD 5 when purchasing a season pass bundle.
  • Find DLC Screenshots and details on the new world on this article.


DLC Information

The Season Pass for 2 DLC Packs with new Locations, Bosses, Enemies, Weapons and Armor costs USD 25. The DLC will be sold seperately for USD 15 each, as well. The first DLC released in October 2016, the second is rumored to release sometime in 2017.



Ashes of Ariandel Screenshots



    • 09 Jan 2017 22:14

      Me = Mucho sad about this release date for 2nd dlc not being out yet. The only thing I can hope for/come up with is is that it's such a late dlc area that they need a lot of time to finish it considering this is the last Dank Souls. So I would assume they gotta make the last content of their last game in the serious, pretty damn good and that's why they are perfect if it. Just hopes and dreams though.

      • 07 Jan 2017 07:56

        Guys is From Software disappeared? No information for last dlc, no screenshot or when the first trailer will be released. If there is a situation like AoA, the trailer will be released 2 month before the dlc so we can have the last one more or less one year from the release of DS3? Ridiculus. The lost crown dlcs of DSII were released some months after DSII (in the summer) and The Old hunters of BB in november but is a composition of two dlcs according to the words of Miyazaki. And now we must wait an year to the conclusion of DSIII. Good job From Software.

        • 04 Jan 2017 13:30

          This DLC was fairly disappointing, in the worst cases. It had it's great moments, like Friede, the addition of Undead Matchs, weapons like Valorheart, Onyx Blade <3 and that goddamned Follower's Sabre. It also featured some great level design, aside from the bottom of the painting wich is pretty straight foward, but the Corvian Settlement and the Followers/Millwood Knights forest are pretty good. The starting point is also very straight foward, but at least it has some very interesting weapons and items if you go all the way through. The one big bad point of this dlc is it's length. Additional content is always welcome, but i think if this dlc had a little bit more it would be perfect. Still, i don't think that it's that big of a deal that it was short, afterall, AoTA was no Blood and Wine in terms of content. I just hope that From gives us a massive second DLC with loads of content, and awesome bosses as they (almost)always did

          • 04 Jan 2017 03:24

            Hs im sorry to say but exept for that dope scyth... the dlc seriously is crap. the whole pve of dks3 is just.. not worth its prise. hope they'll remake dks1 with decent pvp in it. sitll best game in the souls series after BB. #*****soutformiyazaki

            • 01 Jan 2017 04:13

              is there any new information on the second downloadable content for dark souls 3 because to be honest the first one was disappointing apart from the wolf and Frieda, it was to short and it would of been good if it was longer, I really hope they improve the quality and difficulty of the enemies because I am 15 and I completed dark souls 1 when I was 10 years old and this current downloadable content didn't feel like dark souls, in my opinion this DLC is the lowest standard the franchise has been at since the bed of chaos, I hope they sort it out because this franchise has been a big apart of my child hood and I would hate it to go out on a bad note because all the games are brilliant apart from dark souls 2 but it was saved by the DLCs.

              • 30 Dec 2016 08:41

                This DLC wasn't very bad but it was for sure not good enouh.The next one better be massive!
                Oh, and for the people who are wondering what is Fromsoft's next game, its gonna be a sci-fi one.

                • 28 Dec 2016 09:52

                  I'm really sad this is the last dark souls :(
                  I hope there will be a game like bloodborne with a universe more like dark souls and deamon souls.
                  Well it sounds like they are working on a new ip… I guess dark souls was a new ip when deamon souls was done for so there is hope.

                  I really haven't found any other game with such a great lore that it makes me want to die over and over to discover it.
                  I love the gameplay but I'm really playing for the lore, not the gameplay…

                  • 05 Dec 2016 10:45

                    I've completed everything in the original release but the final boss fight. Should I start the DLC then fight the final boss or complete the game and start a new game after buying the DLC?

                    • 10 Nov 2016 00:42

                      Wat we need is the sistem of random dungeons from Bloodborne in DS3 that would be so good. Then make invasion integrated to each user inside random dungeons .= endless DS3 experience.

                      • 07 Nov 2016 11:15

                        Are there already any information about the second DLC? ... Is there a realistic chance, that there will be an option to refight the bosses you've already defeated? That's what I'm missing most in this game. ... Going through the locations collection all the treasures and killing as many enemies as possible was fun for the first one or two rounds. But could endlessly fight the bosses (or at least some of them), trying out new tactics, new weapons, fighting them barefist, etc. ... So, I think it's really to have this option, without going through the whole game, again. (Of course you could also fight them in the multiplayer, what I often do. But tbh, that's not the same.)

                        • 03 Nov 2016 14:53

                          The big wolf that is seen on that cliff with the large pack of wolves will not appear if you beat the boss Gravetender and his Greatwolf before you've seen it.

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