So, there you have it: Dark Souls: Remastered on the PS4 Pro will no longer feature HDR Lighting. While this thrilled many, some began to wonder about the performance that it will have on the portable console. Today during a mini-Nintendo Direct, Nintendo revealed Dark Souls: Remastered coming to Nintendo Switch on May 25. Keep in mind that the game will have a 30 frames rate per second regardless of whether you are using the Switch as a portable or if it is in the dock.
For the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game, Dark Souls: Remastered will run at 1080p will at a a solid 60 fps. So, players who have Switch and another platform must decide if they prefer to play at 60 fps or enjoy it anywhere. This new and improved version of Dark Souls will light its way to release May 25, 2018, with more specifics to come before then.
Nintendo, of course, will focus on the Switch versions of their various announcements, but as Kotaku report, a different studio is apparently focusing on PS4, Xbox One and, yes, PC versions of the remaster.
Dark Souls: Remastered enables players to explore the twisted ancient land of Lordran in the first title of the critically acclaimed action role-playing series like never before.
In addition to that, a Dark Souls Trilogy box has been confirmed for Japan. While not explicitly stated by Bandai Namco, this likely means that the box set is not planned for release in any western territories.
True or not - and we're leaning, heavily, true - we should know in the next few hours.