Dark Souls Remastered also features online functionality, allowing you to either seriously bugger up someone's game or aid them against the various critters that inhabit the sumptuous, gothic realm of Lordran. It's finally happening, and it is certainly glorious.
Nintendo, of course, will focus on the Switch versions of their various announcements, but as Kotaku report, a different studio is apparently focusing on PS4, Xbox One and, yes, PC versions of the remaster.
Bandai Namco later in the day revealed that Dark Souls Remastered is also heading to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. The remastered version will offer 1080p graphics for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch (docked, undocked will be 720p), and 4K on the PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, and PC.
Bandai Namco has shared more details about Dark Souls Remastered confirming the technical details for this new remaster. There was the flaming Chibi Robo tweet from the official Nintendo account and countless mysterious game listings appearing for the Nintendo Switch. It also spawned two sequels with Dark Souls II - which was not directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki - and Dark Souls III. "We are excited to watch the thriving DARK SOULS community grow and support new players experiencing the title for the first time". Another change will be seen in the multiplayer, expanded to six players.
Rumored to be taking place on January 10, fans were waiting eagerly for Nintendo to make some kind of announcement.