Dark Souls: Remastered is coming to several new platforms

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It's a challenging, single-player game full of secrets and collectibles to find as you make your way up Celeste Mountain. Players who are die hard fans of the original Dark Souls, or have not had a chance to experience the critically acclaimed ARPG masterpiece, will be pleased to know that Dark Souls: Remastered was just announced for later this year in the latest Nintendo Direct.

It's now only scheduled for Japan, and only for the PlayStation 4, but includes a set of bookends; a 1,000 page B6-size (so 12.5 x 17.6cm) encyclopaedia of equipment, items, and magic; 10 art prints, including some all-new pieces of artwork; and two soundtrack CDs for each game.

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It was also revealed that Dark Souls Remastered would have a May 25 release date.

Dark Souls is a worthy successor to the legacy left by Demon's Souls.

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According to the publisher, the PC version of Dark Souls Remastered will support native 4K resolutions and all of its textures will be in 2K and unconverted (our guess is that this means that the textures will be uncompressed?). The Balloon World will be a competitive mode where your success is ranked in a global leaderboard.

But despite a glut of game and DLC announcements, all signs point towards a second Nintendo Direct conference in the very near future. Mario Tennis Aces is also scheduled for this Spring, with the Switch version introducing a brand new story mode. Payday 2 was also announced for the Switch. Although it is not a new entry into the series, the remaster will bring a lot of updates and quality of life changes for the current generation of consoles.

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