Dark Souls Remastered Announced for Nintendo Switch

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Dark Souls as a series has garnered critical acclaim for its intense combat difficulty matched by an unforgiving nature.

During today's long-rumored, yet brief, Nintendo Direct-called a Nintendo Direct Mini-Bandai Namco revealed developer From Software's first Switch title. But that's not all, as the publisher had another surprise in store for fans of the notoriously hard action series.

On the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro the game will render at 1080P and supports resolution upscaling. Dark Souls: Remastered will finally give fans a more polished look at the first game in the trilogy, and invite Nintendo fans into the fold for the first time. Additionally, it includes six discs that cover the entire musical score of the trilogy.

"Ports" was the key phrase during this Nintendo Direct, though some original games were also announced.

The box set itself is exciting for fans of the franchise who will surely jump at the chance to bag some cool-looking merchandise.

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Last but not least, the Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set includes a Memorial Art Set with 10 pieces of artwork from all three games, featuring new graphics to use at your will.

Dark Souls Remastered will receive graphical enhancements across the board as well as the aim to hit 60 frames per second. Players could also appear in each others' games to either help or hinder each others' progress, maintaining a community of dedicated players that is still active seven years later.

True or not - and we're leaning, heavily, true - we should know in the next few hours.

Nintendo recently claimed that the Switch is the fastest-selling games console in U.S. history, having sold 4.8 million units in the 10 months since its launch last March.

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