It was listed for PS4 shortly after the remastered version of Dark Souls was announced for PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One earlier today. The remastered version of the game will feature the original game that came out back in 2011 for the Xbox 360 and PS3.More news: Snow covers Sahara desert partly
From Software is the name behind the Dark Souls Remastered which means that the game is at good hands since From Software is the studio behind the trilogy.
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. In fact, FromSoft has done just that, and you'll be able to die again and again on your current generation platform of choice, including Nintendo Switch, starting May 25.More news: Florida House of Representatives passes legislation concerning federal immigration laws
At this point, developer From Software's Dark Souls doesn't need much explaining. In case of the Switch, when handheld, the game will run at 720p obviously at 30 FPS and when docked the game will support up to 1080p HD at 30 FPS. One of the most attractive parts of Dark Souls: Remastered is the graphics, and the game will have its graphics beefed up quite a bit. After the announcement of a remaster, there was a rumor from the Bandai Namco store that listed that the game might end up with upto 50% discount for the users of the original Dark Souls on Steam store.
Hopefully, the PC version won't be so rough around the edges as the original release was, which had to be fixed up for the most part by modders.More news: Chelsea's £1bn stadium plan could be derailed by family dispute