Prepare To Die Again…Dark Souls Remastered Announced


Remakes have been rumoured for release on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. It features Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition.

Dark Souls: Remastered is also coming to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 consoles, with the added bonus of supporting 4K resolution if you own a PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, or have the proper PC hardware to support it. Furthermore, there are rumors that suggest the game's multiplayer modes will be expanded to incorporate six concurrent players.

Kotaku UK is reporting that it has heard from "multiple sources" that Dark Souls 1 is getting a remastered version. Excited to play Dark Souls again?

Dark Souls Remastered is scheduled to launch on May 25, giving everyone a chance to return to the lands of Lordran as the Chosen Undead.

Dark Souls Remastered, as its aptly been named, is set for release on the Switch on May 25th.

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It's a small one, but being able to roll into and stagger certain enemy types in later Dark Souls games made escaping from tight and potentially deadly situations so much more balanced. It's also headed for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. We do not know that if it will be available for other countries. The game was shown alongside a number of other new versions of older games for Switch, including cult hit The World Ends With You, Super Nintendo classic Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze and Hyrule Warriors.

The teaser trailer, which lasts less than thirty seconds, features the sound of rain in the background while a bloody rope wrapped around some sort of contraption (at least, I think that's what it is), inside a wooden frame twists tighter.

The fact that Dark Souls is considered a very popular franchise should come to no surprise to anyone.

Dark Souls was originally released for PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011 and received generally positive reviews for its combat mechanics and deep lore; however, its challenging (some would say unforgiving) gameplay was met with mixed response.