Dark Souls Remastered Announcement Trailer | Switch, PS4, X1, PC

Ceria Alfonso
Enero 13, 2018

Dark Souls: Remastered includes both the original content of the original game and the DLC Artorias of the Abyss.

Even with no major changes, I'm still eager to get a definitive version of Dark Souls.

If surprise Total War games aren't your thing, how about surprise Dark Souls ones? 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.

The original Dark Souls turns seven this year, and we're just now starting to feel the full weight of its influence. But before you go, let us know your thoughts and speculation on Dark Souls: Remastered's performance.

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Yes, Dark Souls is finally making its way to a Nintendo system.

Dark Souls: Remastered is the first time the series has come to any Nintendo Platform. Here's the official product page if you want to try and import it. While there's a lot of cool stuff in this bundle that hardcore Dark Souls fans are sure to love, that's a steep price to pay, especially considering most people probably already own Dark Souls II and Dark Souls III. Not to mention the fact that the frame rate disparity pretty much confirms that there won't be any cross-platform play for PVP fans.

This announcement comes as a great treat for the Souls series. But for now, it's hard to see why new players would choose the Switch port over the greatly superior PS4 and Xbox One versions instead.

The Nintendo Switch had an incredible 2018, and this is another instance where Nintendo has done really well to bring a well renowned third party franchise to the hybrid console. It's considered one of the best games of the previous generation.

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