Dark Souls Remastered Revealed During Nintendo Direct

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Dark Souls Remastered Revealed During Nintendo Direct

The inclusion of the Dark Souls franchise in the ever-growing catalogue of Switch games goes right along with Nintendo's decision to include more mature titles like Doom and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Dark Souls was originally released with an atrocious state on PC however thanks to mods, the game ended up being a huge success with more than 2 million copies sold so far. Keep in mind that the game will have a 30 frames rate per second regardless of whether you are using the Switch as a portable or if it is in the dock. Experience the rich world of DARK SOULS in Dynamic 4K resolution when playing on a PlayStation 4 Pro system, Xbox One X, and STEAM. A knight soon approaches the campfire and ignites it as the words "Dark Souls Remastered" come into view.

Dark Souls Trilogy Not Planned for Release in the West
According to RPG Site, the From Software title will hit 1080P while docked, and maintains a steady 30 FPS. True or not - and we're leaning, heavily, true - we should know in the next few hours.

Things are slightly different for the Nintendo Switch version. And what about you, on which platform do you plan to play Dark Souls Remastered? Unfortunately, full support of mouse and keyboard on PC, the creators of Dark Souls Remastered did not provide any information. Along the three games, three CD soundtrack sets that run through the entire music from the trilogy over 6 discs will be available, and the box set itself will be housed in a bookend set that features the Senior Knight and the iconic fire place from the game that can be put together to form a diorama. Along with the visual enhancements, the game will include the DLC from the first game, 'Artorias of the Abyss'.

Even with no major changes, I'm still eager to get a definitive version of Dark Souls. It's now unclear when or if Bandai Namco plans to release the box set in any other regions.

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