Dark Souls: Remastered is set for release on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch on May 25.
According to the Twitter user, Sassy, who posted a picture proof on his/her Twitter account suggesting that an online retailer has leaked Dark Souls PS4 Remaster. The US version of the Bandai Namco Store initially included information on a "50% loyalty discount reward for PC upgrades on Steam", namely for those that own the Prepare to Die Edition of the original game.
The game comes with the Artorias of the Abyss DLC, but no new content has been announced.
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The teaser trailer for Dark Souls Remastered was frustratingly brief and didn't offer a good look at the updated gameplay. The biggest surprise was that it was going to also be released on the Nintendo Switch. The series came to an end a year ago.
Bandai Namco and From Software made the announcement today.
The reports arose when listings began popping up, confirming the $40 price tag of the console versions of the game, but something unusual was going on with the PC version.
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Dark Souls originally launched in 2011 to widespread critical acclaim.
Dark Souls Remastered will support native 4K resolutions and 60fps, as well as upscaled textures. The remastered version of the original Dark Souls and follow-up to Demon's Souls will feature "stunning" high-definition visuals and support for even higher resolution on 4K consoles.
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