Dark Souls Remastered Switch edition finally has a release date, which FromSoftware announced via Twitter. The newly announced release date for the Switch version will launch worldwide on October 19th, 2018.
As of right now, the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions of Dark Souls Remastered are currently out and available to pick up. If, however, you want to explore publisher Bandai Namco and developer From Software’s action-adventure RPG on Switch, then you have mid-October to look forward to.
The tweet detailing this information can be read over by visiting the given link or by taking a look right here:
We have kept you waiting long enough, and now are pleased to announce
that the Nintendo Switch version of DARK SOULS REMASTERED will be
released on the 19th October, 2018.
Finally we hope you can look forward to playing Dark Souls wherever, whenever you wish. pic.twitter.com/F8z8AjUIPA
— FROMSOFTWARE (@fromsoftware_pr) August 14, 2018
It’s also worth noting that Bandai Namco and FromSoftware will hold an online network test session that will be scheduled sometime prior to Dark Souls Remastered release on Switch. In other words, keep your eyes opened for that if you want to see how it plays out.
Furthermore, if you enjoy collecting Amiibos and happen to be a fan of Dark Souls, on the same day as the Switch Remastered debut the devs will release the Solaire of Astora Amiibo.
Moreover, a memo that the devs sent out also touches on the Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered “original” and “Switch version” specs. You can read over the “original” specs here:
- Resolution: 720p
- Frame Rate: 30fps
- Online Players: 1 to 4
- Online System: Peer-to-peer
- DLC: Separated
The “Switch version” specs sit below:
- Resolution: TV mode – 1080p, Portable mode – 720p
- Frame Rate: 30fps
- Online Players: 1 to 6
- Online System: Specific server
- DLC: Included
With all of that said, if you want to explore deserted castles, dangerous forests, vacant towns, and many other areas filled with formidable enemies on the go, the Switch version will let you do just that this October. You can learn more about Dark Souls Remastered by heading on over to nintendo.com.
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