Dark Souls: Remastered has been declared during the latest Nintendo Direct. Shortly thereafter the official PlayStation blog published a post from Bandai Namco which revealed some of the attributes that will be in the PS4 Pro variation of the game. It turns out, however, that there was a rather big mistake made in this article.
To be fair, the list of attributes was the regular bullet points for PS4 Pro/Xbox One X variants of games, so it’s entirely possible it was included without consideration. The post has since been updated to correct this.
The community head has been quick to correct this error, taking to Twitter to broadcast the message.
“So to fix a couple of things which I posted on yesterday – Dark Souls Remastered won’t include new assets depending on the Dark Souls 3 engine or some other combat differences. There’s not any HDR lighting to your PS4 Pro version. ”
Dark Souls: Remastered is set for launch on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch May 25. Regardless of the mistakes made in the statement, the first game is highly commended, and the remaster has been expected for decades so enthusiasts can have the original Dark Souls on present generation platforms. The game will still contain 4K resolution and also a boosted framerate and several different attributes.