Bandai Namco has announced a remastered edition of the original Dark Souls action RPG game.
The latest reports suggest that Dark Souls Remastered will close the first Nintendo Direct presentation of 2018.
Dark Souls was originally released for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2011, and went on to be a critical and commercial success, often lauded for its harsh difficulty and in-depth world design. This is a full remake of the game on a brand new engine for the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch which means it will now support high resolution as well as 60 FPS on all platforms excluding Nintendo Switch. From Software has been very open about not having plans for more Dark Souls content, but this evidently doesn't apply to remasters.
At this point, developer From Software's Dark Souls doesn't need much explaining.
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The remastered version is expected to launch in May.
Dark Souls is a worthy successor to the legacy left by Demon's Souls.
Since its release, Dark Souls has received a lot of praise and built a following amongst its fans, helping to lead to the success of its sequels.
"How fantastic that such a bad place could be so inviting. Dark Souls doesn't just surpass other dungeon crawlers; it skewers them with a razor-sharp halberd and leaves behind their soulless corpses".