Nintendo only facilitated the reveal though, as the remaster will also be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The remastered version will offer 1080p graphics for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch (docked, undocked will be 720p), and 4K on the PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, and PC.
Why all the resolution talk?
With the details Bandai Namco has released so far, players can look forward to a completely enhanced version of the game.
There were a number of rumors going around that Dark Souls Remastered would be headed our way in the near future. As it turns out, Dark Souls: Remastered isn't going to be a Switch-only affair. Dark Souls joins Skyrim and Doom as more hardcore offerings on Nintendo's new system. This will be the first time Dark Souls will be given the remastered treatment, updating the game not only for the PC but for current generation consoles.
Nintendo confirmed in a press release shortly after the presentation that Dark Souls Remastered will include improved visuals, resolution and performance over the original alongside all its post-launch DLC.
As you can see, following on from the trailer, the game is due for release on the 25th May 2018 so it's not even long to wait.
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