Yesterday, we got an announcement that Dark Souls Remastered is coming to the Switch, which has since been announced for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. 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. 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. Some games try to scare you with bump-in-the-night shocks and far-off howls, but Dark Souls doesn't require such predictable methods of terror.
Bandai Namco has revealed an incredible box set for all three Dark Souls games, but it's only for Japan and it costs the equivalent of £330.
Dark Souls: Remastered will feature improved 60 FPS framerate and 4K resolution support when paired with the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X, as well as on PC. Excited to play Dark Souls again? It first released in 2011 on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC as a spiritual successor to Demon's Souls.
Rumour: Dark Souls remaster out in May
Dark Souls Remastered will be released in the West on May 25, while the Dark Souls Trilogy Box will release a day earlier in Japan. 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.
"How unbelievable that such a awful place could be so inviting".
More news on the Dark Souls front. One notable one for myself was BioShock, in which owner of the original BioShock, BioShock 2 or Minerva's Den DLC were entitled to an entirely free upgrade to The Collection remaster versions.
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