There were a number of rumors going around that Dark Souls Remastered would be headed our way in the near future.
Properly titled Dark Souls: Remastered, the Nintendo Switch version boasts improved framerate and resolution and includes the Artorias of the Abyss DLC. If you're on a PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, or a PC powerful enough to run 4K, you can die at 60 FPS in an upscaled 4K resolution.
Dark Souls quickly became one of the most beloved franchises of the past decade and this remaster should allow a whole new wave of players to enjoy its satisfying gameplay loop of dying over and over again. Along with that, during Direct event, the game is also confirmed for Nintendo Switch. It was, however, limited to 30 fps and was decidedly shoddy for a console to PC port. The remaster aims to solve the games problems while keeping its incredible atmosphere and tone intact. Of course, it also means it's the first time you'll be able to play the game on the go. Some games try to scare you with bump-in-the-night shocks and far-off howls, but Dark Souls doesn't require such predictable methods of terror. VaatiVidya, who is known for creating SoulsBorne lore videos, took it to Twitter and claimed that the remastered version would use Dark Souls III engine assets, HDR lightning, and a few other enhancements for PS4 Pro version.
Dark Souls Remastered Switch - What do we Know? There are also rumored plans to release all three Dark Souls games to the console eventually, starting with the first title here.
A Dark Souls: Remaster has always been something that the community has clamored for, and initial reaction on the internet is incredibly positive.