A couple of hours ago there was a rumor that the first ‘Dark Souls’ would come back with a remastering and that it would just be announced today in a Mini Nintendo Direct. The alarm has jumped on the network and in the end Nintendo and Bandai Namco have officially confirmed the bombing after presenting ‘Dark Souls Remastered’.
The new version of the first installment of the stunning From Software trilogy will also be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and will allow you to visit Lordran’s land better than ever with 1080p graphics at 60 fps and also at 4K if we play it in Xbox One or PS4 Pro, while in the PC version it will be native and in the Switch version it will move at 30 fps.
In addition, unlike in the original, the multiplayer will have a capacity for six people simultaneously. Of course, the players will depend if those alliances become collaborations or betrayals. On the other hand, in this new edition all the DLCs that were published at the time will be included as standard.
A little further up you can see the spectacular trailer for the presentation of ‘Dark Souls Remastered’, whose launch will take place in the systems mentioned on May 25.