Bandai Namco is also planning to bring Dark Souls 2 and 3 to Switch at a later date. The company revealed that not only is a remastered version of Dark Souls in the works, but that it will actually be getting a release on Switch.
Apparently, Nintendo's gesture of wanting to shake off its family-friendly image is starting to commence now, as its new list of games for the Switch includes the remaster for the notoriously hard game "Dark Souls".
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Previous year a journalist said on Twitter that a remaster of the original hard-as-nails RPG would be announced at a Bandai Namco on 15 December, alongside four other new titles. Dark Souls II producer Takeshi Miyazoe admitted that the game was rushed to get it out to players. Dark Souls Remastered for Switch was announced during the January 2018 Nintendo Direct. It will still be punishingly tough.
Along with the original game, Dark Souls: Remastered will include the Artorias of the Abyss DLC. Remaster does not just end up with graphics enhancements, but the game delivers online support for up to 6 players (initially up to 4) and officially dedicated servers, making Bandai Namco opening the door to bigger online support. Even the current PC port isn't the best, so to finally be able to see this game in its intended glory is all I really need. It's a beloved, influential game that is critically acclaimed and has a fanbase as passionate about it today as they were when it originally launched in.