Dark Souls: Remastered Brings Lordran To Current Hardware In May

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Dark Souls is a worthy successor to the legacy left by Demon's Souls. Dark Souls Remastered, probably in the top percentile of requested PC games given the state of the original version on PC and its popularity, is apparently one of several announcements due at a secret Nintendo Direct due to broadcast today.

Looking over the contents, it's full of some addition physical goodies which are rather cool. However, that excitement may now be diminished for the PS4 crowd, as it has just revealed there was one fairly significant mistake made in the post: contrary to what was initially stated, the PS4 Pro version of Dark Souls: Remastered won't feature HDR Lighting.

Along with the discs, it contains a bookcase which when put together looks like a statue of sorts. Dark Souls Remastered will be available starting May 25.

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For the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game, Dark Souls: Remastered will run at 1080p will at a a solid 60 fps. For the first time, we can play Dark Souls at 4k.

While it's unfortunate that Dark Souls fans outside of Japan won't have a chance to purchase the collection in their native language, at least they can purchase all three games separately.

The reports arose when listings began popping up, confirming the $40 price tag of the console versions of the game, but something unusual was going on with the PC version. The spokesperson also refused to comment on which engine the Remaster will be running on, as rumours circulate that it might share the same engine as Dark Souls 3. Some games try to scare you with bump-in-the-night shocks and far-off howls, but Dark Souls doesn't require such predictable methods of terror.

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