Dark Souls is coming to Nintendo Switch

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Remaster does not just end up with graphics enhancements, but the game delivers online support for up to 6 players (initially up to 4) and officially dedicated servers, making Bandai Namco opening the door to bigger online support.

The remaster is reported to feature rebuilt lighting and SFX based on Dark Souls 3 along with upscaled texture.

Something to note here is that the decision to remaster/remake either Dark Souls 1 or Demon Souls, rests exclusively on their publishers, this has been confirmed by the game's director Hidetaka Miyazaki himself, the company's direct involvement in sort of remaster/remake lies entirely in the hands of their respective publishers, Bandai Namco Entertainment for Dark Souls and Sony Interactive for Demon Souls. It's rather expensive, though.

Dark Souls Remastered is reportedly set to be announced today during a Nintendo Direct Mini, that will air shortly following a Nintendo Direct presentation.

Along with the discs, it contains a bookcase which when put together looks like a statue of sorts.

The item that you'll notice at first glance is the pair of bookends featuring the cover art knight from the game.

Darks Souls had a big day yesterday. It won't have the visual fidelity of the other platforms, but it does offer the option to play Dark Souls on a handheld. Dark Souls: Remastered for Switch will mark the first time the franchise will appear on a Nintendo console (and the series' first portable entry).

Dark Souls challenges players to explore the twisted ancient land of Lordran.

"Dark Souls requires intense focus", he said. And that's what makes it so riveting. The company is known for creating and publishing numerous industry's top video game franchises, including PAC-MAN™, TEKKEN™, SOULCALIBUR™, DARK SOULS™, NARUTO™, NARUTO SHIPPUDEN™, Dragon Ball, GALAGA™, RIDGE RACER™ and ACE COMBAT™. Its terrors emanate from its very core, each step bringing you closer to another inevitable death.

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