Now that's a fancy preorder bonus! Various retailers in Southeast Asia will be including this Upper Knight bust if you preorder a physical copy of Dark Souls Remastered. The game is set to launch on May 25th, 2018.
Prepare for tough challenges ahead… Dark Souls: Remastered strikes Nintendo Switch on May 25th. Re-experience the critically acclaimed, genre-defining game that started it all. Beautifully remastered, return to Lordran in stunning detail. Show More Summary
The Switch market's awash with ports and remasters, but one of the most eagerly awaited must surely be the conversion of Dark Souls - the first time the series lands on a handheld. Early signs point to it being handled by Virtuos - the studio behind the daring Switch conversion of LA Noire. Show More Summary
Australian ratings Board today confirmed that yes, the Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered is being ported by Chinese company Virtuous, not by the Polish studio QLOC who are handling the other ports. https://t.co/zHBol39uvY https://t.co/6yGAxYGInR...Show More Summary
The Australian Classification body has listed which studio is handling Dark Souls: Remastered for Switch. The Switch version of Dark Souls: Remastered is being handled by the same studio who brought the remastered version of LA Noire to Switch last year. Show More Summary
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Every so often I remember that we're getting a remaster of Dark Souls in May and I just have to smile. In the case of the Nintendo Switch version, it's come to light (courtesy of the Australian Classification Board) that Virtuos is handling the port. Show More Summary
Now we know the team working to bring Dark Souls: Remastered to Switch. An Aussie classification for the game shows that Virtuos is the developer on the project. They seem like a good fit for the project, as Virtuos has already worked on at least one Switch title. They handled the Switch port of L.A. Noire a few weeks back.
Nintendo is stepping in to handle publishing duties on yet another game, and it's a big one. Instead of Bandai Namco handling Dark Souls Remastered, Nintendo will be footing the bill. Yet another high-profile third party Switch game that the Big N is publishing. I wonder why this keeps happening!
Richmond, LONDON - 18th January, 2018: Delve into the world of DARK SOULS like never before exploring the treacherous land of Lordran with DARK SOULS: REMASTERED available 25th May, 2018. Re-experience the genre-defining title that kicked...Show More Summary
Then, there was fire. Re-experience the critically acclaimed, genre-defining game that started it all. Beautifully remastered, return to Lordran in stunning detail. DARK SOULS: REMASTERED includes the main game plus the Artorias of the Abyss DLC. Show More Summary
With cross-network play starting to become a standard in gaming, I could definitely see how many people were assuming Dark Souls Remastered might include the option. While Sony would rather flip off the world, Nintendo and MicrosoftShow More Summary
This blurb comes from one of Nintendo's Japanese hub pages for Dark Souls: Remastered... In this remastered version, the original’s “make your hands sweat” level design is left unchanged, but some changes come bundled in. Enhancements...Show More Summary
There's been some talk about Dark Souls: Remastered including cross-platform play. Unfortunately that's not going to be the case, as Bandai Namco stepped in to squash the discussion. Any online interactions the game offers will be relegated to the platform you're playing on.
Despite rumors of Dark Souls Remastered could support cross play, Namco has assured us it's not happening, and not planned.
Many crucial details were left out of the Dark Souls Remastered announcement, so reports are coming in to fill in the gaps. Ever since Namco officially announced Dark Souls Remastered for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One, many of the classic game’s fans have been wondering about a number of key details the publisher neglected […]
[Update: Bandai Namco's marketing team has made a post over on Sony's blog that confirms a few details about the upcoming remaster. For starters, HDR is definitely not going to be a part of this, though 4K is in. The multiplayer component...Show More Summary
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