For those who haven't seen the whirlwind of fire that has been Nintendo social media the past few days, a variety of leaks suggested a Nintendo Direct was this week, with zero actual evidence it was happening. These people have been calling out for a remaster of the game, especially considering that the original version had a number of glaring technical faults. Our sources say this is the closing announcement of the direct. Although there is no mention of a new lighting system - or a transition to a new engine - the teams confirmed that the PC version will feature 2K textures. And while it wasn't immediately clear if the box set would be released outside Japan, publisher Bandai Namco has weighed in on that front, and the news isn't good for Dark Souls fans.
And that does not even include folks like me who own Dark Souls but will actually stick with it and try to finish it when it's on the Switch.
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Looking forward to Dark Souls Remastered or are you in "Remaster Demon's Souls First" camp?
"From their first timid steps to absolute mastery, players will build their characters by strategically adapting to daunting foes, exploring haunting locations, and amassing a large collection of weapons, armour and magic spells to utilise for a truly unique playstyle", states the press release for the game. It's a beloved, influential game that is critically acclaimed and has a fanbase as passionate about it today as they were when it originally launched in. Dark Souls II producer Takeshi Miyazoe admitted that the game was rushed to get it out to players. The price is definitely steep, but it is packed with collectibles for the biggest "Dark Souls" fans out there.