Earlier today, Bandai Namco revealed that Dark Souls Remastered will be coming to the PC on May 25th.
The new edition promises revamped visuals in high-definition detail running at 60 FPS.
To be fair, the list of features was the usual bullet points for PS4 Pro/Xbox One X versions of games, so it's entirely possible that it was included without thought. Instead of 1-4 players, six people can gather to either support or betray each other, finding a home among nine covenants online with dedicated servers. That doesn't mean a change in game engine is out of the question, but this will look pretty similar to the version of Dark Souls we already know. A rumor has surfaced that Dark Souls Remastered PS4 Release Date has leaked and we very much want that to be true, take this with a grain of salt but be hopeful to embark on your quest (again hopefully) into the land of Lordran, remastered for the PS4 now. According to the leak, the PS4 remaster will launch on 24 May 2018.
Since then, Bandai Namco has removed the sentence and assured fans via a spokesperson that the $40 price is across the board for all platforms, suggesting that the original information was made in error.
What's Different in Dark Souls Remastered?
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When first released on PC, Dark Souls was just a port of the console version due to being rushed upon release.
You guessed it - one volume for each game.
With Dark Souls Remastered releasing on four platforms, it would be cool if crossplay were implemented in some way.
Dark Souls was first released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011 to widespread acclaim.