Become Grossly Incandescent In October With Dark Souls Remastered On Switch
Good news Souls fans, this fall you will be able to take Dark Souls with you wherever you go. The Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered finally has an official release date, after being delayed alongside the Solaire of Astora amiibo. The game will be out October 19, just in time to explore the dilapidated depths and cavernous catacombs for a bit before Halloween.
We have kept you waiting long enough, and now are pleased to announce— FROMSOFTWARE (@fromsoftware_pr) August 14, 2018
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
Dark Souls Remastered originally released on May 25 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. The title received some visual enhancements alongside a resolution bump and a more stable framerate. In our review, Dan Tack called it an "incredible experience" and praised the framerate changes, making areas like Blighttown finally "playable" on console, and on PC without a third party fix.
The Switch version will have a locked 30fps and 1080p resolution when docked, alongside a 720p resolution in handheld mode. The game will have all the same content as the other versions and will launch alongside the Solaire amiibo.