Friday, 17 August, 2018

Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets

Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets Dark Souls Remastered will not be using new assets
Theresa Hayes | 13 January, 2018, 08:37

The spokesperson also refused to comment on which engine the Remaster will be running on, as rumours circulate that it might share the same engine as Dark Souls 3. For comparison purposes, the game will run with upscaled 4K on Xbox One and PS4 Pro, and there is no mention at all for the quality of their textures.

Dark Souls: Remastered includes the Artorias of the Abyss downloadable content, as well as improved framerate and resolution, Nintendo said in a release.

Bandai Namco has confirmed that a remastered version of Dark Souls will launch on May 25.

Though it's unclear just how Dark Souls: Remastered will perform undocked, my bet is that the Switch will run it at a standard 720p 30 fps (which isn't bad).

However, it was the Nintendo Switch that managed to get the special introduction thanks to the fact that the Nintendo Direct put eyes on both the console and the remastered edition of From Software's popular action-RPG. Sure, Dark Souls III is the "big closure" to the series, but Miyazaki never ruled out FromSoft revisiting earlier games in the series since remastering games is all the rage these days.

The original Dark Souls is making a return to all major gaming platforms.

Several publication sites have posted that there will be a 50% off deal for owners of Dark Souls if they decide to purchase Dark Souls Remastered.

Rumours have persisted that FromSoftware classic Dark Souls, and potentially its sequel, could be in line for high-profile remasters on current systems, and a potentially new leak is causing fan speculation to go into overdrive.