Dark Souls Remastered Nintendo Switch Release Date, Screenshots, And More Revealed
Ever since players on other platforms received the updated Dark Souls earlier this year, many fans have been wondering when the impending Dark Souls Remastered Nintendo Switch port would be released. Thanks to a recent announcement from Bandai Namco and From Software, we now know when we’ll be able to praise the sun on the go.
Set to arrive in October, the Dark Souls Remastered Nintendo Switch port will finally bring the beloved title to the mega popular portable console. In addition to the release date being revealed, we also know when the Solaire of Astora amiibo will be arriving. New screenshots were also unveiled, which can be seen below:
On top of all of the glorious looks at the upcoming port, performance details were also highlighted. When the Switch is undocked, Dark Souls Remastered will be running at 720p, 30 FPS, which is what it ran at on PlayStation 3. However, when you dock the console, it will be rocking a steady 1080p, 30 FPS. Dedicated servers will be in place to support one to six players for those who wish to play online.
The Dark Souls Remastered Nintendo Switch port will be released on October 19th. This is the same day that players will be able to praise the sun with the Solaire of Astora amiibo. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.