The pre-order notice may only have been for the PS4 version of the Dark Souls remaster, but sources speaking to Kotaku UK say that it will also be coming to PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. As a single player game, Dark Souls presents a tight and polished experience with the player constantly chasing that new piece of loot, or that next soul level, or the next boss battle. Naturally, and given the very bad initial state of the PC version of the first Dark Souls game, a lot of PC gamers wondered whether this would be a free upgrade for them.
While the Playstation 4 and Xbox One won't have the same quality of visuals as their premium models will, we'll still be getting a revamped Dark Souls game to play. Even the current PC port isn't the best, so to finally be able to see this game in its intended glory is all I really need.
Last year, Dark Souls mastermind Hidetaka Miyazaki declared his twisted action role-playing series complete with the launch of its Ringed City DLC.
Yesterday, we learned that FromSoftware's iconic title, Dark Souls would be receiving an upgrade for current-gen consoles, due out May 25th.
The Dark Souls Trilogy Box now has a May 25 release date. The game also doesn't explain where the player should go.
Sounds great, right? Well, it is, but it'll cost you an exorbitant sum of cash, with the Dark Souls Trilogy box selling for a whopping 49,800 yen, which equates to roughly $450. The report claims part of the reason why the two will be announced separately (other than timing) is because a different company will be handling the Switch port.