The teaser trailer for Dark Souls Remastered was frustratingly brief and didn't offer a good look at the updated gameplay. As a single player game, Dark Souls presents a tight and polished experience with the player constantly chasing that new piece of loot, or that next soul level, or the next boss battle.
Dark Souls Remastered also features online functionality, allowing you to either seriously bugger up someone's game or aid them against the various critters that inhabit the sumptuous, gothic realm of Lordran.
You can catch up on the Dark Souls announcement and all the latest Switch happenings by checking out today's Nintendo Direct Mini. From Software has been very open about not having plans for more Dark Souls content, but this evidently doesn't apply to remasters. The Nintendo Switch version runs the game at 1080p and 30fps in TV mode and 720p and 30fps for Handheld Mode. Presumably the game will also be coming to Playstation 4 and Xbox One, but Bandai Namco has yet to confirm that at the time of this article. Do you want this rumor to be true?
It's Dark Souls news day! Japan has a pretty fancy collectors set planned for the remasters release in May.
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