Dark Souls Remastered is coming to current platforms, including Nintendo Switch

Dark Souls Remastered is coming to current platforms, including Nintendo Switch

The latest reports suggest that Dark Souls Remastered will close the first Nintendo Direct presentation of 2018.

Dark Souls: Remastered enables players to explore the twisted ancient land of Lordran in the first title of the critically acclaimed action role-playing series like never before.

Bandai Namco has revealed an fantastic box set for all three Dark Souls games, but it's only for Japan and it costs the equivalent of £330.

The developers of "Dark Souls Remastered" have also confirmed that the downloadable content (DLC) for the game, named "Artorias of the Abyss", will also be included in all the platform versions. 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. On the contrary, From Software's games are more suited for longer sessions where you're able to give them your full concentration. On the PC the game will render at native 4K resolution. The last Dark Souls was Dark Souls 3, which was released in 2016.

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"Dark Souls requires intense focus", he said.

I can think of a couple other reasons why the game would be great on the Switch, but those reasons will only apply to the most hardcore fans or players who are determined to experience as much of the game as possible. In handheld mode, it will be 720p and 30 fps. Online multiplayer for Dark Souls: Remastered will feature an increase with support for up to six players.

A Super Smash Bros port would also make sense, alongside new information about Metroid Prime 4, Pokemon Switch and more.

Dark Souls was first released in 2011 and went on to become a cult smash that spawned two direct sequels and a host of imitators, ranging from Lords of the Fallen to Nioh.