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Dark Souls: Remastered announced

13 January 2018

On the PS4 and Xbox One, Dark Souls remaster will run at FHD 1080p at 60 FPS. The game will run at an upscaled 4K and 60fpss on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. Pc players will have the option to run at a native 4K resolution.

Why all the resolution talk?

Obviously Dark Souls: Remastered's arrival on Nintendo Switch is a huge deal for the console. Dark Souls Remastered, probably in the top percentile of requested PC games given the state of the original version on PC and its popularity, is apparently one of several announcements due at a secret Nintendo Direct due to broadcast today.

Original story continues: From Software, the developers of beloved and notoriously hard series Dark Souls and Bloodborne has teased an entirely new game simply entitled "New Project".

Dark Souls has a problem with not explaining the game to players.

It would kind of explain the Nintendo of America Chibi-Robo tweet, which shares similarities with the famous "Praise the Sun" pose (above) from Dark Souls.

Check out the Nintendo Direct Mini in its entirety in the video below. The game's world is so memorable, and its action so thrilling, that it might invade your thoughts even when you aren't playing, silently urging you to escape the real world and return to this far more treacherous one. The game will also contain online multiplayer functionality that allows up to 6 players to team up together. Let us know in the comments section below! There are also rumored plans to release all three Dark Souls games to the console eventually, starting with the first title here.

The critically acclaimed RPG was previously available on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC before being followed-up by two similarly beloved sequels.

The leak comes from a Twitter user in Japan who claims to have spotted a listing in a local game store for Dark Souls Remastered with a release date of 24 May, 2018.