These ports are being handled by a separate company from the Switch port, and will feature rebuilt lighting and SFX based on Dark Souls 3, as well as upscaled textures. And while it wasn't immediately clear if the box set would be released outside Japan, publisher Bandai Namco has weighed in on that front, and the news isn't good for Dark Souls fans. It is planned to launch alongside the Nintendo Switch release on May 25.
Aside from the upgraded visuals arriving with it, the remaster will be playable in 60fps at 4K resolution on PC, Xbox One X, and PlayStation 4 Pro. Now, in a recent Nintendo Direct Mini, the remastered version of the original Dark Souls was officially announced with the technical details.
REMASTERED allows players to explore the twisted ancient land of Lordran in the first title of the critically acclaimed action role-playing series like never before. Also, 1080p resolution with 30FPS is available when playing the game on Nintendo Switch with its TV mode. That doesn't mean a change in game engine is out of the question, but this will look pretty similar to the version of Dark Souls we already know.
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Dark Souls was originally released with an atrocious state on PC however thanks to mods, the game ended up being a huge success with more than 2 million copies sold so far.
The original Dark Souls is making a return to all major gaming platforms. More than anything else, though, it's great that Bandai Namco finally listened to what fans have asking about for years and chose to remaster Dark Souls 1 at all.