Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Research | By Raquel Erickson

Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets

Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets

The project appears on multiple platforms including PC, called Dark Souls: Remastered.

"Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set" will be released in Japan on May 24, exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

According to multiple sources, both in development and retail, in the next few hours Nintendo will announce a Nintendo Direct Mini to air shortly afterwards showing 2018 software for Switch. And in case of PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, the game will be upscaled to 4K resolution and 60 FPS.

From Software is the name behind the Dark Souls Remastered which means that the game is at good hands since From Software is the studio behind the trilogy.


The remastered edition of the game features a graphical overhaul and will render at a higher resolution. It will also add visual enhancements and improved resolution for the game. In case of the Switch, when handheld, the game will run at 720p obviously at 30 FPS and when docked the game will support up to 1080p HD at 30 FPS.

Even with no major changes, I'm still eager to get a definitive version of Dark Souls. Some games try to scare you with bump-in-the-night shocks and far-off howls, but Dark Souls doesn't require such predictable methods of terror. From their first timid steps to absolute mastery, players will build their characters by strategically adapting to daunting foes, exploring haunting locations, and amassing a large collection of weapons, armour and magic spells to utilise for a truly unique playstyle.

Dark Souls was initially released in 2011 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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. The price is definitely steep, but it is packed with collectibles for the biggest "Dark Souls" fans out there.

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