This Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set announced for Japan is rather cool

Dark Souls Remastered

This Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set announced for Japan is rather cool

In addition to the franchise's Nintendo Switch debut, the publisher will also release Dark Souls Remastered for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on May 25.

Dark Souls Remastered will be released for the Switch on May 15, and it will include the Artorias of the Abyss DLC from the original game. Lordran and its cadre of nightmarish monsters will no doubt look even more haunting and treacherous with all of that lovely extra detail.

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Just earlier today, we reported that there were several credited sources speaking to that illusive Dark Souls remaster coming to all platforms, including Nintendo Switch. Check out the announcement trailer below. PS4 Pro and Xbox One X users can expect it to run at 4K Upscaled, 60fps. At the time of its release, the game was hailed by Demon's Souls fans and those new to the series as one of the greatest Action-RPG titles ever made. Furthermore, the game will support up to six concurrent players in multiplayer. Although it's most commonly been associated with the Nintendo Switch, since developer FromSoftware are listed as a developer for the system but still haven't announced anything.

There is also a plan to port the entire trilogy over, but we'll see how the first game works out on the hybrid console first.

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Dark Souls is the first of the enormously popular Dark Souls trilogy, which popularized the genre of extremely hard RPG games alongside its sister game Bloodborne.

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