Dark Souls Coming to Nintendo Switch This May


REMASTERED marks the DARK SOULS series debut on a Nintendo platform, and for the first time ever can be played on the go with the unique capabilities of the Nintendo Switch console. This was similar to what they did with the PC version of the game which was released in 2011 called "Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition".

Apparently, Nintendo's gesture of wanting to shake off its family-friendly image is starting to commence now, as its new list of games for the Switch includes the remaster for the notoriously hard game "Dark Souls". Dark Souls II and Dark Souls III have already been released for the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, with a trilogy box set already announced for Japanese PlayStation 4 owners, per Twinfinite.

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Those of you looking forward to playing the upcoming Dark Souls Remastered in sumptuous 4K resolution may want to dial back expectations somewhat: Bandai Namco Games has confirmed today that the PS4 Pro version of the dungeon crawler won't include HDR Lighting. And lastly, for the PC it will support resolutions up to native 4K.

Dark Souls Remastered is due out on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch on May 25.

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These ports are being handled by a separate company from the Switch port, and will feature rebuilt lighting and SFX based on Dark Souls 3, as well as upscaled textures.

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