Dark Souls Remastered Officially Revealed For Nintendo Switch, Releases May 2018

Dark Souls Remastered Officially Revealed For Nintendo Switch, Releases May 2018

Dark Souls was first released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011 to widespread acclaim. The PC version is not so well respected, but the community has crafted a number of mods to improve the experience.

Also included are an Item Encyclopedia book containing information about every item in the franchise, their story and function, and Memorial Art Set, with artwork from the series.

During today's "surprise" Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that the original Dark Souls will be coming to the Switch in the form of Dark Souls: Remastered on May 25th.

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You'll be able to pick up Dark Souls: Remastered on May 25 this year. There was the flaming Chibi Robo tweet from the official Nintendo account and countless mysterious game listings appearing for the Nintendo Switch. New graphics and lighting, natch, plus online upgrades to bring it to a similar player count as later games in the series. Players can expect 4K resolution and 60FPS on the PC. Playing the game on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X will allow players to enjoy the game at upscaled 4K resolution.

The clarification was reported by Game Informer, who said that Bandai Namco has confirmed there are now no plans to release the Dark Souls trilogy box set "in the Americas". Keep your eyes locked to TiX, and you may see some Dark Souls content in the leading up to the launch of Dark Souls: Remastered.

FromSoftware's Dark Souls gained fame, or rather infamy, for being a challenging title that was unforgiving to players that made mistakes.

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