"Ports" was the key phrase during this Nintendo Direct, though some original games were also announced. While there's a lot of cool stuff in this bundle that hardcore Dark Souls fans are sure to love, that's a steep price to pay, especially considering most people probably already own Dark Souls II and Dark Souls III. Bandai Namco did not say what the regular Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions' performance would be like, but did reveal that the Nintendo Switch version will be running on 1080p resolution at 30fps while docked. The biggest of these is Dark Souls: Remastered, which is due out May 25 for Switch as well as PC and the other consoles. As it turns out, Dark Souls: Remastered isn't going to be a Switch-only affair.
The trailer shown during the direct was more of a mood piece.
In a surprising turn of events, the game will also be making its way to the Nintendo Switch. Experience the rich world of DARK SOULS in upscaled 4K resolution with 60FPS when playing on a PlayStation 4 Pro system, Xbox One X, and PC.
This is considered one of the better Wii U games, so it's good to see a port of it coming to Switch on May 4.
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It wouldn't be a "Collector's Edition" though if it didn't have something to read and add to your Dark Souls books archive. It makes sense to release your game on a console that's not only selling well, but also gives owners the ability to play in a way that suits them.
The hybrid handheld/home console is having a stellar first year. Dark Souls' unique multiplayer allows for assistance, betrayal, and all the player interactions in between.
True or not - and we're leaning, heavily, true - we should know in the next few hours.