More than anything else, though, it's great that Bandai Namco finally listened to what fans have asking about for years and chose to remaster Dark Souls 1 at all. 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. Dark Souls theorist VaatiVidya had claimed that this new port would be using engine assets from Dark Souls 3 and would contain HDR lighting and some PS4 Pro enhancements. We do not know that if it will be available for other countries.
Dark Souls: Remastered will feature what publisher Bandai Namco is calling a "Dynamic 4K resolution" and an increase in the number of players able to participate in an online session.More news: Nintendo Released almost a Dozen Big New Games for Switch
In addition to that, a Dark Souls Trilogy box has been confirmed for Japan. The fact that it doesn't run at true 4k on the Xbox One X did disappoint some gamers especially since the console comes with a $499.99 price tag.
A remaster of hugely influential action RPG Dark Souls is coming to Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on May 25, Bandai Namco has announced. On the Nintendo Switch Dark Souls Remastered runs at 1080p 30 FPS on docked mode and 720p 30 FPS on portable mode.More news: Bayern without Hummels, Lewandowski at Leverkusen
According to Bandai Namco, there are no plans to release the Dark Souls trilogy box set "in the Americas". Developer FromSoftware has since released two sequels, Dark Souls II (2014) and Dark Souls III (2016).More news: Two Palestinian teenagers killed by Israeli troops