DARK SOULS: REMASTERED includes the Artorias of the Abyss DLC, as well as improved framerate and resolution from the original DARK SOULS game for an exhilarating return to Lordran. Xbox, PC, and PlayStation fans likely need no introduction to the series, but the remaster marks the first time Nintendo fans get a chance to die over and over again. The notoriously demanding game that first challenged players to explore and master its unsafe world in 2011 will come to a Nintendo system for the first time on May 25, 2018. This release has been speculated for some time and was even rumored to be one of the launch titles for the Nintendo Switch.
Re-experience the genre-defining title that kicked off a worldwide gaming phenomena in stunning high-definition detail.
The Switch rumour always involved all three Dark Souls game as well, which seemed unlikely given the sheer volume of content that would involve - for both developer and player.
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. It will cost $39.99 on consoles while the price for the PC version is yet to be confirmed. From Software also announced a special edition for the Japanese version of the game.
For an early look at Dark Souls: Remastered, check out the new trailer from Bandai Namco and From Software.
The online portion of the game is also getting an upgrade, too: instead of 1-4 players, six people can gather to either support or betray each other, finding a home among nine covenants online with dedicated servers.
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.
Yes, Dark Souls is finally making its way to a Nintendo system.