Dark Souls: Remastered delayed to summer on Switch

Dark Souls Remastered

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment previously announced the release date of DARK SOULS™: REMASTERED for the 25 May on all platforms.

They had been set to release alongside the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases on May 25th, but the release date for the Nintendo Switch version has been pushed back.

Nintendo had the lead announcement for this enhanced version of the beloved action role-playing game in January. While this gives you some more time to sharpen your skills, it also means you won't be able to play Souls anywhere for a little while. All we know is the game is delayed until "later this Summer". And what makes the delay particularly curious is the fact that the Switch version of Dark Souls: Remastered was playable at PAX East earlier this month and everything - even Blightown - appeared to be in working order.

No reason for the delay has been given but presumably it's proving harder than expected to get the game running on Nintendo's modestly-powered console.

PC/PS4/X1 versions will maintain their May 25th release dateI will admit, I am slightly disappointed that Dark Souls Remastered isn't as remastered as I would have hoped.

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