Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets

Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets

A Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set has been announced for PS4 in Japan, with a host of additional content.

Dark Souls Remastered will receive graphical enhancements across the board as well as the aim to hit 60 frames per second. The inclusion of the Dark Souls franchise in the ever-growing catalogue of Switch games goes right along with Nintendo's decision to include more mature titles like Doom and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. On the Xbox One X and PS 4 Pro, it will look very well, but we don't know how it will look like on the Nintendo Switch. Rounding out the collection are three physical dictionaries containing images and descriptions for every item in the Dark Souls series. The Dark Souls Remaster will be launching in May on all platforms.

Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets

Following the announcement of Dark Souls for Switch, Nintendo sent out a press release with some details about the game.

Dark Souls: Remastered will feature what publisher Bandai Namco is calling a "Dynamic 4K resolution" and an increase in the number of players able to participate in an online session. Dark Souls' brilliant boss fights, incredible combat system, punishing difficulty, learn by doing design, and intricate worlds made it a revolution in game design that is often cited by modern developers as a turning point in the industry. In the original Dark Souls game, gamers could play online with 1 to 4 players but with the remastered version, gamers can play online with 1 to 6 other players. This new and improved version of Dark Souls will light its way to release May 25, 2018, with more specifics to come before then.

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