Dark Souls: Remastered Brings Lordran To Current Hardware In May

Joanna Estrada
January 13, 2018

Dark Souls Remastered will render at upscaled 4K on the PS4 Pro however there is no HDR support for it.

The company Namco Bandai announced the re-release of the game Dark Souls from a well known Studio From Software.

For an early look at Dark Souls: Remastered, check out the new trailer from Bandai Namco and From Software.

Dark Souls Remastered will receive graphical enhancements across the board as well as the aim to hit 60 frames per second. These links leave Siliconera. The box features Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition, soundtracks, knight and bonfire bookends, an encyclopedia, and a special art set. DARK SOULS: REMASTERED includes the Artorias of the Abyss DLC, as well as improved framerate and resolution from the original DARK SOULS game for an exhilarating return to Lordran. As with so many other remasters, this will enhance the game for modern day consoles, giving it a fresh coat of paint while likely leaving much of the core gameplay unchanged.

A remastered edition of the original Dark Souls has just been announced on Nintendo Direct for all platforms including Nintendo Switch, an announcement that we were crossing fingers for quite some time. Namco Bandai doesn't discuss what kind of frame rate we can expect on the standard PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but the hope is that we'll get 60fps there as well. The inclusion of the Dark Souls franchise in the ever-growing catalogue of Switch games goes right along with Nintendo's decision to include more mature titles like Doom and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

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