Initially, the remastered Dark Souls was supposed to go on the Nintendo Switch back in May. Then the release was moved to the summer of 2018, after which the version for the hybrid console disappeared from the radar. Recently Bandai Namco finally told when the re-release will reach the Nintendo platform.
As reported by the official “Twitter” publisher, Dark Souls Remastered for Nintendo Switch will be released on October 19 this year. On the same day on store shelves will appear amiibo figure Solera from Astor. Before the official start of the remaster, Bandai Namco will arrange online testing. Information about the test will be shared later.
Also, the company told about the technical characteristics of Switch-edition. In steady-state mode, Dark Souls will output 30 frames per second at a resolution of 1080p. If you want to take a dark fantasy with you on the road, get ready for a resolution of 720p with the same 30 fps. The game will receive support for dedicated servers and will allow up to six users to assemble in one session.
Dark Souls Remastered is already available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Link to the project: Twitter