Most of From Software’s games in the SoulsBorne genre have the built-in quality of staying ever-green in gaming. Players are still raving about the first entry in this genre Demon Souls, and every subsequent entry has further boosted the relevancy of these games as a whole. The main reason for this continued loyalty is that these games come with loads of content and lore that is always up for interpretation.
Dark Souls 3 has the same formula as previous Dark Soul titles meaning that after defeating the final boss you are given the option to start a new game or Journey 2. By opting for journey 2, you get a harder playthrough of the game with all of your acquired gear.
To truly explore the worlds From Software create a curious player who will undergo multiple runs of each of their games to piece out every detail hidden in each corner and to experience everything the game has to offer. There are many optional areas to explore, weapons to collect, and quests to follow.
Begin Journey 2 “Yes” or “No”?
After the defeat of the final boss, Soul of Cinder, you are presented with the option to choose whether you would like to start a new game with harder enemies and more challenging encounters, or you could stay back and complete any remaining activity that you forgot or kept for a later visit.
If you choose no, you will be teleported to the Firelink shrine back to the state of the game before you have defeated the final boss i.e. having all your gear and NPC quest progression intact and the world you have explored so far being accessible. In this situation, you could do the following things: