In any case, Dark Souls: Remastered will land on Xbox One, PS4, and PC the same day it launches on the Switch: May 25, 2018. In terms of resolution, Dark Souls: Remastered will offer native 4K resolution at 60 fps.
As expected, the Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set includes all three "sadistic" games, this includes the new Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin and Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition, which is the all-in-one version of the game with all the downloadable content.
In a surprising turn of events, the game will also be making its way to the Nintendo Switch.
There were a number of rumors going around that Dark Souls Remastered would be headed our way in the near future. One bit of new information to come from this is that the Remaster will run on the Dark Souls 3 engine.
Praise the sun and prepare to die, because From Software is remastering the original Dark Souls for a re-release on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. There's a competitive online mode for Mario Odyssey on its way which is essentially an online game of hide and seek, but with a balloon that needs to be squirrelled away or found in the game's vivid worlds.
It wouldn't be a "Collector's Edition" though if it didn't have something to read and add to your Dark Souls books archive.
There's even a new Mario title in the works, as the man of many hats picks up his racket again in Mario Tennis Aces, due out this spring. The box set will include all three Dark Souls games, each respective game's soundtrack, framed art, Dark Souls' themed bookends, and three dictionaries containing the entirety of Dark Souls' item list. It makes sense to release your game on a console that's not only selling well, but also gives owners the ability to play in a way that suits them.
Nintendo's packing everything it can into the Switch re-release of the Zelda-themed brawler Hyrule Warriors.