Dark Souls Remaster coming to Switch, PC, PS4 and XBOX One on May 25th 2018
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Dark Souls Remaster coming to Switch, PC, PS4 and XBOX One on May 25th 2018

We can finally announce that a Dark Souls remaster is coming to Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Steam and Xbox One this year!

Dark Souls Remaster Releasing May 2018

The acclaimed original Dark Souls, set in the land of Lordran and originally released in 2011, will be seeing a release to next generation consoles – coming to Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, PCand Xbox One on May 25th 2018

Bandai Namco has released a trailer for “Dark Souls Remastered”, providing some details on box art. There will be further details on this edition coming soon, but for now you should know that FromSoftware has been working on fixing known issues, bugs and exploits since 2016, with a little help from Fextralife 😉

Clarifying since people get ahead of themselves: We are not confirming different mechanics (besides 6 players) or specifics on the game itself. Bandai Namco says The Dark Souls remaster will not use new assets from dks3.

Original communications on the project cited Dark Souls 3 graphics style revamps, but we have removed their mention to avoid user confusion regarding mechanics. For everyone’s peace of mind, The Official website reads: “We are keeping the game design with its overwhelming sense of accomplishment and maintaining game balance, whilst making adjustments for current generation machines such as graphic optimization and online multiplayer expansion”

  • The remake runs at 1080p on the PS4 and Xbox One with 60 FPS.
  • Native 4k resolution on PC
  • Remaster renders upscaled 4K on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One.
  • The remaster will feature up to 6 player online, like Dark Souls 3.
  • The multiplayer now has dedicated game servers rather than p2p
  • The remaster includes the DLC Artorias of the Abyss 

Developed by FromSoftware Inc., DARK SOULS: REMASTERED allows players to explore the twisted ancient land of Lordran in the first title of the critically acclaimed action role-playing series like never before. 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.  Also, 1080p resolution with 30FPS is available when playing the game on Nintendo Switch with its TV mode. From their first timid steps to absolute mastery, players will build their characters by strategically adapting to daunting foes, exploring haunting locations, and amassing a large collection of weapons, armour and magic spells to utilise for a truly unique playstyle.

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92 responses to “Dark Souls Remaster coming to Switch, PC, PS4 and XBOX One on May 25th 2018”


    Welp, looks like it’s time to update the ever-loving hell out of our DaS1 wiki here, since it’s in such a sorry state and about to become very relevant very quickly.

    Edit: 6 players per session instead of 4? I sure hope they keep the covenants unchanged, because Gravelording might be more fun this way.

  2. If they remake the models, which is possible, hitboxes may change alongside those lagstab updates

  3. dedicated servers huh? it will be weird to see what dks1 pvp looks like without lag stab city.

  4. It’s so weird, but Bloodborne and Dark Souls 3 both came out like just around my Birthday…it’s weird that Dark Souls Remastered will be May…


  5. Also, I don’t usually reveal this, but the release is on my birthday. Which is also towel day

  6. Since enemy placements were changed for Souls 2 remastered, I wonder if it’s too much to expect more of that?

  7. If they’re upping the player count, maybe we’ll finally see a stable arena that was included in the DLC.

    I have to assume Blighttown will be better, since they’re claiming the fps will be more steady. Geez, now I have to remember what my favorite build was. Faith, I think.

  8. Well the rumors were true.

    My question is: did they return Blighttown at all, or is it still terrible? And did they get rid of the insane FPS drop in New London, taking the short cut ladder?

    Looks like a day one but for me. AAAAAAAAAH SO EXCITED!!!

  9. I added some more info to the article, such as the fact they are changing the servers to dedicated rather than the attrocious P2P, and we are getting 6 player online. They have redone the game graphics, so I expect drastic differences in combat based on implementation of frame rate and covenant mechanics

  10. So, what are the early rumblings….is this going to be deep and comprehensive remaster, or a cash grab? Really hoping for the former. Do you think there will be changes to the stability of summoning?

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