First released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011, Dark Souls garnered widespread praise thanks to its brutal difficulty and engaging gameplay.
This new updated version will take players back to Lordran but this time with more bells and whistles. In case of the Switch, when handheld, the game will run at 720p obviously at 30 FPS and when docked the game will support up to 1080p HD at 30 FPS. Here we are with official confirmation from Bandai Namco themselves that there will be a Dark Souls Remastered, it will be coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The Switch's GPU is created to give games a much brighter and more vibrant look compared to the PS4 and Xbox One counterparts, so it will be interesting to see how a game as dark as Dark Souls looks on the Switch when it arrives on May 25th. It's a trilogy that is industry defining, and Japan is getting a suitably stunning box set to celebrate just that.
The remaster of From Software's groundbreaking action RPG will drop across all four platforms on May 25 and will include the Artorius of the Abyss DLC along with a higher resolution overhaul and numerous other visual improvements for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X users.
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The box set is slated to release the same day as Dark Souls: Remastered on May 24, 2018.