After Kotaku’s announcement, everything becomes simple. No more thinking, but instead realizing. It appears that Dark Souls Remastered will port on Nintendo first, and then release for all other platforms. Bandai Namco has confirmed the same by publishing a trailer.
But wait, there’s still more to discover. Despite the fact that is being ported to Nintendo, Dark Souls Remastered will be available for all other platforms. However, it appears that these ports are being addressed by a separate company than the Switch port.
You can watch the trailer below as we can also confirm that Bandai has claimed that Dark Souls remastered will become available to play on the PC platform. It appears that Nintendo Switch fans are already excited by the announcement, as they’re eager to find out what Dark Souls Remastered will look like on the Switch.
It appears that Dark Souls 3 will feature a whole new lighting system and SFX based on Dark Souls 3, while its multiplayer will hold up to 6 concurrent players.
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