The Dark Souls Remastered release date has been set for 25 May and we urge you to pick this up if you want to see it in its full glory. Now, in a recent Nintendo Direct Mini, the remastered version of the original Dark Souls was officially announced with the technical details.
Developed by FromSoftware Inc., DARK SOULS: REMASTERED allows players to explore the twisted ancient land of Lordran in the first title of the critically acclaimed action role-playing series like never before. And while it wasn't immediately clear if the box set would be released outside Japan, publisher Bandai Namco has weighed in on that front, and the news isn't good for Dark Souls fans. Working on now From Software still remains a mystery: the teaser yet unannounced new games gamers are unable to find out anything for sure. Unfortunately, Bandai Namco hasn't clarified how the game will perform while on the move. Of course, the game will be playable docked and undocked, meaning that this will be the first time that players will be able to take the game on the road. The game will run at an upscaled 4K and 60fpss on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. Pc players will have the option to run at a native 4K resolution. For the Nintendo Switch, the game will be available in 1080p with 30 fps in TV mode.
While the biggest enhancements over the original come in the form of increased resolution and framerate, Dark Souls: Remastered has a couple of features that should cement its status as the definitive version. It was ported to PC in 2012.