The project appears on multiple platforms including PC, called Dark Souls: Remastered. Not only has From Software given fans what they wanted, such as more weapons and spells, but they have also added a new faction system that goes above and beyond the scope of Demon's Souls. For comparison purposes, the game will run with upscaled 4K on Xbox One and PS4 Pro, and there is no mention at all for the quality of their textures. It also spawned two sequels with Dark Souls II - which was not directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki - and Dark Souls III. Some reports began circulating, misinforming original game owners that they would be entitled to special treatment when purchasing the remaster, but it turns out these reports were wrong.
With the launch of Dark Souls, From Software has announced that it has no plans for another entry in the Dark Souls franchise. Well, during the miniature Nintendo Direct that took place this morning, Nintendo revealed that Dark Souls: Remastered is, in fact, coming to the Nintendo Switch.
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On Switch, it will run at a resolution of resolution 1080p at 30fps in TV mode.
Hopefully, the PC version won't be so rough around the edges as the original release was, which had to be fixed up for the most part by modders. Dark Souls Remastered will see the original title from Bandai Namco re-released with graphical updates and improved multiplayer features; and importantly includes the Artorias of the Abyss DLC. Dark Souls Remastered will be released on 5/25/2018 for all of the major gaming platforms but right now we don't know how much it will cost and it is not available for pre-order yet.