Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Dark Souls Remastered will be announced today

Dark Souls Remastered will be announced today

While we'll take any excuse to replay Dark Souls for the umpteenth time, we're not entirely sure why this remaster exists.

Dark Souls Remastered will receive graphical enhancements across the board as well as the aim to hit 60 frames per second.

There's no telling when From Software plans to expand upon the Dark Souls trilogy, which more or less ended with 2017's Ringed City DLC, but Bandai Namco has confirmed the franchise will return in 2018. Included in the release was some information on how well Dark Souls with actually run on the system, which is a worry for some. We do not know that if it will be available for other countries.


Nintendo only facilitated the reveal though, as the remaster will also be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Dark Souls trilogy box set is set to release later this year, exclusively in Japan for the PlayStation 4. The fact that it doesn't run at true 4k on the Xbox One X did disappoint some gamers especially since the console comes with a $499.99 price tag.

Yesterday, during Nintendo's mini Nintendo Direct, Dark Souls: Remastered was announced for the Nintendo Switch; thus, many fans rejoiced over the chance to suffer on the go. It will feature 1080p and 30 FPS when docked on the Nintendo Switch. The original Dark Souls game was released on the PS 3, Xbox 360, and PC. 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™.

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