Bandai Namco has announced that Dark Souls: Remastered will be inviting fearless adventurers to revisit the unsafe realm of Lordran, when it launches for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC this May.
Nintendo also dropped a short CGI trailer for the upcoming Dark Souls Remastered at Nintendo Direct with a scheduled release date of 25th May 2018. Amazon is taking pre-orders for Dark Souls Remastered on Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbox One for $39.99 each.
Stay tuned to VideoGamer for more details on Dark Souls Remastered.
It looks like the rumors were true, and the newest Nintendo Direct presentation has just been unleashed upon the world. The second game's producer Takeshi Miyazoe later admitted the PC version was rushed in a bid to serve players as quickly as possible, something underscored by a self-confessed "lack of experience of working on a PC platform".
Getting a franchise as popular as Dark Souls ported over to the Switch is a big win for Nintendo, so don't be surprised to see the company's hype machine kick into full gear shortly.
In terms of new features, Dark Souls Remastered will include multiplayer support for six concurrent players and dedicated servers - according to the PlayStation Blog.
Later Kotaku reported that Dark Souls 1 Remastered will become today. Similar to the PC's Prepare to Die edition, this reinvention also comes with the base game's Artorias of the Abyss DLC in tow.