Dark Souls: Remastered confirmed for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch

Dark Souls fans can rest easy knowing that the Switch remaster rumors are true, and that even if it's not new content, they can now play the game mobile.

Bandai Namco later in the day revealed that Dark Souls Remastered is also heading to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

Japan is also getting a PS4-exclusive Dark Souls Trilogy Box, featuring all three games, all the DLC for each and an assortment of physical goodies that would make any Dark Souls fan jealous. It promises both a higher framerate and resolution than the original and, significantly, represents the first time the franchise has appear on a Nintendo platform. "We are excited to watch the thriving DARK SOULS community grow and support new players experiencing the title for the first time".

That's exciting news, to be sure, but what about those of us who don't own a Nintendo Switch? DARK SOULS: REMASTERED is now pending a final rating with the ESRB and will carry a MSRP of $39.99 on consoles. It will cost $39.99 on consoles while the price for the PC version is yet to be confirmed.

The latest entry in the series, Dark Souls III, was released on PC back in early 2016, andDark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition was available for players eager to look backward in the series' catalogue.

More information is starting to come to light about Dark Souls Remastered.

Dark Souls: Remastered will also support up to six players online in co-op or competitive action.

What's Different in Dark Souls Remastered?

Yes, Dark Souls is finally making its way to a Nintendo system. But the ability to play Dark Souls on-the-go is already a pretty strong selling point.



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