The first in the series of multi-platform Souls games still stands as a hallmark of From Software's stellar design - something the studio only perfected heading up to Dark Souls 3. Unfortunately, Bandai Namco hasn't clarified how the game will perform while on the move.
We will be able to experience Dark Souls in upscaled 4K resolution with 60FPS when playing on a PlayStation 4 Pro system, Xbox One X, and PC. It's also coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One the same day. Yet Dark Souls Remastered should already look quite good without it.
Bandai Namco has revealed an fantastic box set for all three Dark Souls games, but it's only for Japan and it costs the equivalent of £330. The remastered version of the game will feature the original game that came out back in 2011 for the Xbox 360 and PS3. This would be the first time a game from the Souls series will be available on the Nintendo console, giving players the opportunity to praise the sun while on the go.
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Dark Souls rewards and encourages obsession, and it's had plenty of super expensive merchandise before now.
On Switch, it will run at a resolution of resolution 1080p at 30fps in TV mode. Actually, we do know why: Bandai Namco are also releasing it for the Nintendo Switch.
Yesterday, we learned that FromSoftware's iconic title, Dark Souls would be receiving an upgrade for current-gen consoles, due out May 25th. Gamers get to play this remaster on all the platforms at 5/25/2018. Demon's Souls' servers may still be going strong two years after release, but however long they do last, I'd bet Dark Souls' servers will certainly last much longer.