There’s still a bit over a month left before players reunite to Lodran, however chosen undead from Ireland and the UK can eventually pre-order Dark Souls: Remastered.
The game will soon be on May 25 and contains exactly the exact same Lovecraftian story that enthusiasts have come to know and love but with additional features such as 6-player co-op, 1080p resolution, along with 60 fps on PS4, Xbox One, along with PC.
The game is going to be accessible in the hand-held-console hybridvehicle, the Nintendo Switch, however, it will be more indicative of its initial specifications, together with the game running in 30fps in 720p resolution while in hand-held style and upscaling to 1080p while docked.
If you’re looking for much more Souls information, check out gameplay in the PS4 Pro variation here, or check out a graphics comparison between the original and remastered versions.
Dark Souls: Remastered strikes digital and physical shelves everywhere on May 25 for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Switch. You can pre-order the game with Amazon here.
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