Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set Confirmed for PS4

Alfred Osborne
January 14, 2018

Dark Souls is officially coming to the Nintendo Switch as a remaster, as well as Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC!

The trailer shown during the direct was more of a mood piece. That doesn't mean a change in game engine is out of the question, but this will look pretty similar to the version of Dark Souls we already know. It'll feature "upscaled 4K resolution with 60FPS when playing on a PlayStation 4 Pro system, Xbox One X, and PC". Nevertheless, a very cool and very dark game is on it's way to Nintendo consoles. Another change happening according to this same source is that the multiplayer number will be expanded to six concurrent players, while also stylizing the first game to be more similar to that of the third installment.

Get ready to see YOU DIED often, Nintendo fans. "Scholar of the First Sin", and "Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition", and is expected to be released in May of this year.

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In any event, Dark Souls: Remastered is due May 25, 2018. 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.

It is now estimated that the "Dark Souls Trilogy Box Set" will cost around 48,900 yen, or approximately $450. Given that the Nintendo Switch has now broken sales records around the globe, FromSoftware must feel convinced enough to sign off on Switch ports of its iconic action series.

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