Dark Souls Remastered announced Nintendo Switch, PS 4, Xbox One

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A new trailer was revealed alongside the game's unveiling. The Switch's GPU is created to give games a much brighter and more vibrant look compared to the PS4 and Xbox One counterparts, so it will be interesting to see how a game as dark as Dark Souls looks on the Switch when it arrives on May 25th. Dark Souls theorist VaatiVidya had claimed that this new port would be using engine assets from Dark Souls 3 and would contain HDR lighting and some PS4 Pro enhancements. Now, in a recent Nintendo Direct Mini, the remastered version of the original Dark Souls was officially announced with the technical details.

Dark Souls was originally released with an atrocious state on PC however thanks to mods, the game ended up being a huge success with more than 2 million copies sold so far.

It's time to move away from the Dark Souls franchise. Additionally, the title will come with dedicated servers as opposed to the the peer-to-peer connection that made online play in the original a hassle.

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Today is a very good day for Dark Soul fans. Switch owners meanwhile will be able to squeeze out 30 FPS at 1080p when the system is docked. The US version of the Bandai Namco Store initially included information on a "50% loyalty discount reward for PC upgrades on Steam", namely for those that own the Prepare to Die Edition of the original game. But before you go, let us know your thoughts and speculation on Dark Souls: Remastered's performance.

There's no Xbox One version because the format is irrelevant in Japan, but there's no reason why the box set couldn't also be released for Microsoft's console, or the PC, if it's brought to the West.

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