Darksiders 3 Reviews Will Go Live on November 26

You’ll have to wait until the last minute if you want to know how the game is.

Posted By | On 22nd, Nov. 2018

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Are you looking forward to Darksiders 3? The third entry in the fan favorite action adventure franchise releases later this month, and there is doubtless some anxiety about how it might turn out, given how long its been since we saw the last game in the series. Considering that, there might be a few who’re not quite dead set on buying the game yet.

If you want to know how it’s turned out, the news here is that you’ll have to wait until the last moment. Darksiders 3 reviews are scheduled to go live on November 26, at 6am ET/3am PT, OpenCritic reveals. That’s one day before the game’s launch day, on November 27.

Of course, a late embargo doesn’t have to mean anything negative—for instance, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one well known example of a game with a review embargo for literally the day before release, and we all know how that turned out. Who knows, Darksiders 3 could end up being a classic too. Make sure to check out the opening cinematic for it, as you wait for its launch next week.


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