Dark Souls Remastered for Switch finally gets a release date
From Software and Bandai Namco have finally put an end to the anxious waiting of Souls fans with their announcement of the release date for the Nintendo Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered. The Switch release finally releases on October 19, after it was originally delayed earlier this year.
The game will also include a free amiibo of Solaire of Astora. So that’s cool for fans.
The team behind the game also released some figures for performance that should let players know what kind of experience they should expect from this port. The comparison uses the PS3 version of the original game as a baseline by the way. The Switch will run at 1080p while docked, and 720p while mobile, with a locked framerate of 30 FPS at all times.
Dark Souls Remastered lands in Japan for the Switch on October 18th, and the international version comes out on October 19th. Dark Souls Remastered is an updated version of 2011’s dungeon crawler, itself a spiritual successor to 2009’s cult classic Demon’s Souls. Check out the trailer for the Switch release down below. The press release also included some screenshots, which you can find below as well.
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