This studio will reportedly utilize Dark Souls 3 technology when upgrading the original game's lighting and effects. The PC version is not so well respected, but the community has crafted a number of mods to improve the experience.
There aren't yet any details about how Dark Souls will play while mobile, but players can rest assured that the game won't be any easier to play while on the train, so they can now rage on the go.
The clarification was reported by Game Informer, who said that Bandai Namco has confirmed there are now no plans to release the Dark Souls trilogy box set "in the Americas". It will also include the Artorias of the Abyss DLC.
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The notoriously hard FromSoftware title will launch for Switch on May 25, complete with fully spruced up visuals and an improved frame rate and resolution. The remaster was confirmed in a recent Nintendo Direct Mini after leaking through a Japanese retailer listing. For the Nintendo Switch, the game will run in 1080p at 30fps in TV mode, according to Bandai Namco.
There's also reports that Electronic Arts is planning to release a port of Fe on Nintendo Switch. The announcement is expected to happen later today as part of the latest Nintendo Direct and marks the first time any of the series titles have made it to a portable platform.