In Dark Souls 3 players can reset their skill points and change their character's appearance. This feature, however, is hidden away in a side area and can easily be overlooked. In this guide you will learn how to get there and respec your character.
So its just appearance, correct? Not, if your a strength build and say your stat is built up to 25, you can't take those points away and put them in another stat right? Or is it? By the title of the article its sounding like that. The You Tube comments I didn't see anyone saying anything about that. Just that it was cool to change appearance. If this is true with being able to "move your points around", I don't know how to take this yet. Just something I never seen in the series so far. I might like it just so I can try out more weapons.
You can completely respec / reallocate your attribute points. So if you have a melee build with points invested in strength and health you could, for example, reset them and put everything in attunement and intelligence to turn him into a sorcerer build.
Holy crap, really? Have they done this before with a Souls game? I've only played Bloodborne and I'm on my first run with Dark Souls at the moment but nothing on Bloodborne that I know of. I thought about this for a while, and I think I'm going to like the feature, even though alot of Souls fans will say its garbage and its not "the Souls way". I just look at my character I have in Bloodborne for example. He is a skill build with basically his skill stat raised to level 99. If only I had the option to take that big 99 points and use them for arcane or strength for instance. Totally would change that run for me. I think I'm going to like this.
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