The project appears on multiple platforms including PC, called Dark Souls: Remastered. The spokesperson also refused to comment on which engine the Remaster will be running on, as rumours circulate that it might share the same engine as Dark Souls 3. Also, 1080p resolution with 30FPS is available when playing the game on Nintendo Switch with its TV mode. For comparison purposes, the game will run with upscaled 4K on Xbox One and PS4 Pro, and there is no mention at all for the quality of their textures.
After many rumors, we can finally confirm that Dark Souls is being remastered for the Nintendo Switch.
Dark Souls remaster will be releasing on 25th May 2018, for PS4, Xbox, PC, and Switch.
Yesterday, we learned that FromSoftware's iconic title, Dark Souls would be receiving an upgrade for current-gen consoles, due out May 25th. As of yet this has not been announced for other regions. Some reports began circulating, misinforming original game owners that they would be entitled to special treatment when purchasing the remaster, but it turns out these reports were wrong.
Along with the original game, Dark Souls: Remastered will include the Artorias of the Abyss DLC. The price is definitely steep, but it is packed with collectibles for the biggest "Dark Souls" fans out there. 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. Dark Souls Remastered is the latest in the trend of critically acclaimed remastered games. The game's world is so memorable, and its action so thrilling, that it might invade your thoughts even when you aren't playing, silently urging you to escape the real world and return to this far more treacherous one.