Dark Souls Remastered publisher pegs leaked 50% loyalty scheme as a mistake

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During the surprise Nintendo Direct today, Nintendo shook things up by closing with the announcement of Dark Souls: Remastered for the Nintendo Switch. Dark Souls: Remastered includes the Artorias of the Abyss DLC, as well as improved framerate and resolution from the original Dark Souls game for an exhilarating return to Lordran. The original Dark Souls was released on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 back in 2011. That doesn't mean a change in game engine is out of the question, but this will look pretty similar to the version of Dark Souls we already know. There will be a separate team entirely for Dark Souls, like how the DOOM port was handled, for the Nintendo Platform to make sure that the game is adapted to the unique controls in the most effective way possible.

However if you don't yet have a Nintendo Switch or have yet to play Dark Souls, don't worry. We would love for Nintendo fans to try out the excellent series as well.

Dark Souls has a problem with not explaining the game to players. The title is also headed for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC as well.

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That report also explained that FromSoftware was waiting to see the financial performance of the Nintendo Switch before it proceeded with any plans. Not familiar with Dark Souls, let me help you.

Lastly, what helps tie both of these together is that both indicate that Dark Souls Remastered will be arriving in May.

It is now estimated that the "Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set" will cost around 48,900 yen, or approximately $450.

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