Bandai Namco has revealed an unbelievable box set for all three Dark Souls games, but it's only for Japan and it costs the equivalent of £330.
The game can be played in dynamic 4K resolution for those who will experience it on a strong enough PC, a PS4 Pro or an Xbox One X. It is also due out for the Nintendo Switch, which means that players will be able to enjoy this game as a portable title on that platform.
Of course the PC version of the game will be able to do everything listed above, but more importantly Dark Souls will be running in native 4K so players of the classically hard game can watch themselves die over and over as they progress through a much more handsome world.
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"Dark Souls" 2011 will be receiving the remaster treatment after rumors of its release.
Darks Souls had a big day yesterday. The game will run at 1080p in docked mode, 720p in handheld mode and will always run at 30 FPS, which is definitely disappointing. Not only is the Dark Souls trilogy box set exclusive to PS4, though, it's also exclusive to Japan.
There are likely still some diehard Dark Souls fanatics that are disappointed that they won't have the opportunity to purchase the Dark Souls trilogy box set. PC versions of the game will feature native 4K, all textures 2K unconverted with 60 fps. One change we've been made aware of is that multiplayer will be expanded to support six concurrent players, which makes sense if the goal is to get Dark Souls' covenant system working a little more smoothly. But before you go, let us know your thoughts and speculation on Dark Souls: Remastered's performance.