Dark Souls Remastered: No HDR on PS4 Pro

Doris Richards
January 13, 2018

Dark Souls Remastered, probably in the top percentile of requested PC games given the state of the original version on PC and its popularity, is apparently one of several announcements due at a secret Nintendo Direct due to broadcast today.

The games included are the recently announced Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin, and Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition.

The fact that Dark Souls is considered as a very popular brand should not surprise anyone. The original Dark Souls game was released on the PS 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Dark Souls Remastered will include the Artorias of the Abyss DLC from the start, as well as an increased resolution and framerate.

This means that we'll soon be able to play through the entire Dark Souls trilogy on modern consoles. I don't know about you, but that doesn't exactly scream $450 to me.

There are likely still some diehard Dark Souls fanatics that are disappointed that they won't have the opportunity to purchase the Dark Souls trilogy box set. Souls fans are all too familiar with the subpar PC version of the game, and the horrendous frame rate drops when trudging through Blighttown on consoles. It's also headed for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Working on now From Software still remains a mystery: the teaser yet unannounced new games gamers are unable to find out anything for sure. But for now, it's hard to see why new players would choose the Switch port over the greatly superior PS4 and Xbox One versions instead. What we can tell you is that it will be released for the Nintendo Switch on May 25th. The game's world is so memorable, and its action so thrilling, that it might invade your thoughts even when you aren't playing, silently urging you to escape the real world and return to this far more treacherous one.

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