Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Dark Souls Trilogy Box set is exactly as expensive as it looks

Dark Souls Trilogy Box set is exactly as expensive as it looks

Shortly after Nintendo revealed Dark Souls: Remastered during this morning's Direct Mini, publisher Namco Bandai revealed that the game is also coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Yes, the portability is a huge factor to take into consideration now that more games are being released across multiple platforms, but when you stop to think about it, is Dark Souls really the kind of game that suits handheld play? Dark Souls II was already given the remaster treatment for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 back in 2014, under the subtitle Scholar of the First Sin.

Original story continues: From Software, the developers of beloved and notoriously hard series Dark Souls and Bloodborne has teased an entirely new game simply entitled "New Project".

More news on the Dark Souls front. One bit of new information to come from this is that the Remaster will run on the Dark Souls 3 engine.

Dark Souls Remastered is scheduled to launch on May 25, giving everyone a chance to return to the lands of Lordran as the Chosen Undead. On the contrary, From Software's games are more suited for longer sessions where you're able to give them your full concentration. The biggest surprise was that it was going to also be released on the Nintendo Switch. The game will feature 1080p resolution with 30fps when playing the game on Switch with its TV mode. On the PC the game will render at native 4K resolution.

"Dark Souls requires intense focus", he said. I'll hold this thought for now. In handheld mode, it will be 720p and 30 fps. All DLC is included in the package, including everything from the Prepare to Die Edition as well as the Artorias of the Abyss expansion, and online multiplayer now supports six players rather than just four. But something the always-there portability of a Switch version could easily make up for.

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