Comments made to our Dark Souls Wiki
+ Password Matchmaking + Weapon Matchmaking + Dedicated Servers + Covenants can now be changed while resting at any Bonfire + Summoned Players can Heal Themselves with Estus instead of having to resort to item's + Humanity Healing for Summoned Players is Disabled + 60fps, 1080p and 4k + Vamos Bonfire and ability to Warp to it - Net code remains unchanged making Phantom Range and Abnormal Hitboxes still a problem - No Weapon or Magic Balance Changes In conclusion, this remaster added some quality of life changes and improved the game's framerate and resolution. However, if you plan on doing PvP you might be annoyed with how all the main issues were largely unresolved. The Single Player Experience has improved and Connection Issues for Online play have mostly been fixed, but the PvP experience is still the buggy, frustrating and easily exploited mess that it once was.
how do you make a an almost 8 year old game look worse than when it released lmao
Honestly it looks better than the original provided you didn't have the graphical mod on that everyone and their brother used.
Doesn't run well on my 300€ laptop. Everytime I tried setting it to fullscreen, it forced back into windowed mode. The framerate also suffered a lot. Compare this to DS2, that runs perfectly fine.
Dark Souls Prepare to Die Edition, which is basically Dark Souls 1 including the DLC ran even worse than Dark Souls Remastered. Dark Souls II has significantly lower graphics than Dark Souls 1 and even Demon's Souls which came before it. So of course your PC wouldn't run Dark Souls Remastered well.
Dark souls isn’t ever going to run well on a lower end PC. Either get it on a console or buy/build a gaming PC