New Report Points to Dark Souls Nintendo Switch Game
As we inch our way closer to the Nintendo Switch, we are learning more and more about the third party support being planned for the new console. The list of all the promised developers making games for the console gave Nintendo fans hope for game series that have so far avoided the house of Mario. We have learned about the presence of Bethesda’s Skyrim on the new console, and now another PC and non-Nintendo console favorite might be coming to the Switch. A recent report has suggested that a Dark Souls Nintendo Switch game will be coming.
A recent post on LetsPlayVideoGames.com by Laura Dale, most recently known for unboxing the PlayStation 4 slim before Sony even made the existence of the console officially known, relays a message from one of her trusted sources who claims that FromSoftware has a version of Dark Souls 3 that can run on the Nintendo Switch “with a level of performance they are happy with”. Reportedly, a small team within the developer spent months making the Dark Souls 3 port, which FromSoftware has not actually committed to releasing just yet.
Internal discussions at the company have contemplated releasing not just Dark Souls 3, but the entire trilogy of the games plus DLC bundled together. The source also stated that FromSoftware does not want to commit to producing ports until the Switch’s initial sales data is shown which will indicate the viability of such projects. If they do release Dark Souls 3 on Switch, it would be released the same day as the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions that would include all of the DLC. What do you guys think? Would you play a Dark Souls Nintendo Switch game? What games would you like to see ported to the Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments below.
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