There were a number of rumors going around that Dark Souls Remastered would be headed our way in the near future.
As a long-time Dark Souls player, I'd say that Dark Souls is so much more than the above quote provided by Bandai Namco.
The game comes from Camelot, the longtime developer behind the Mario Tennis franchise. There's local and online co-op, full touch-screen support, and HD rumble to enhance the feel of weapon recoil.
Big Changes Incoming, 2018 Plans Revealed, Season Content Free to All
Eververse , the virtual storefront that deals in Destiny 2's equivalent to lootboxes, is also set to receive some changes in 2018. Players will earn double engrams at level-up: one Crimson Engram and one Illuminated Engram for the duration of the event.
Mario Tennis Aces will feature a new Story Mode and boss battles.
The DS version of the game utilized the console's unique features, such as shouting through the microphone, performing motions on the touchscreen, so it will be interesting to see what the Switch version of the game will be bringing to the table.
It is also rumored that Rockstar Games are looking to bring two well renowned titles in GTA V and Red Dead Redemption to the Nintendo Switch.
Pokken Tournament DX is getting a new DLC Battle Pack, which will be released in two waves. The game is known for its difficulty, so to make things easier, Nintendo is introducing a new character named Funky Kong.
Another DLC announced was adding Donkey Kong to Mario + Rabbids, adding a new world and story to the game. It's a new competitive mode that can be accessed by speaking to Luigi in New Donk City. Payday 2 was also announced for the Switch.
It's a ladies-only affair with SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy. Don't worry if you're Switch-less; it's also coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC the same day. Fe will be available on February 16 while Celeste will drop on January 25 for Nintendo Switch. Are you excited for the Dark Souls Remaster?