On everything but Switch, Dark Souls Remastered will run at an upscaled 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. Lordran and its cadre of nightmarish monsters will no doubt look even more haunting and treacherous with all of that lovely extra detail. It appears that Dark Souls Remastered will port on Nintendo first, and then release for all other platforms. Check out the announcement trailer below.
The multiplayer functionality has been bolstered as well, allowing up to six players to join together in a single session for jolly cooperation, up from the maximum of three in the original. 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. A previous report written by Laura Kate Dale (the same author as this new Kotaku UK piece) suggested that FromSoftware had developed a Dark Souls 3 Nintendo Switch port that is was "happy" with. Dark Souls players will likely appreciate the ability to play through the entire series on one console, especially with all of the DLC. Dark Souls' brilliant boss fights, incredible combat system, punishing difficulty, learn by doing design, and intricate worlds made it a revolution in game design that is often cited by modern developers as a turning point in the industry.
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