Dark Souls Remastered
Dark Souls Remastered comes to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC, with new graphics, enhanced features and more.
If you want all the information about Dark Souls Remastered, then we have it. Read on for Dark Souls Remastered release date, information on Dark Souls Remastered game settings, Dark Souls Remastered reviews, price, frame rate, resolution, and more. Dark Souls Remastered will run at 4K? We have the details.
This is all we know about Dark Souls Remastered PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC, including all the changes that have been made to Dark Souls Remastered.
Dark Souls Remastered on Switch will run at 30FPS in Docked or Portable mode. In Portable mode it will run at a resolution of 720p, and in Docked mode it will go up to 1080p.
The Nintendo Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered is supposedly in development on Virtuos, the team that brought LA Noire to next-generation systems.
Dark Souls Remastered graphics enhancements for PS4, Xbox One and PC
While much of the advertising surrounding Dark Souls Remastered is related to the fact that you can play it on your laptop, the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions seem to be the largest. In addition to all the feature enhancements found in the Switch version, PS4, Xbox One and PC users will be able to play the classic game with new lighting and effects (similar to Dark Souls 3), plus improved textures.
The first Dark Souls Remastered video running on PS4 Pro has been released, and you can see it below. Differences between the PS4/Xbox One and Ps4 Pro/Xbox One X versions are expected to be minimal outside of resolution.
Changes in the graphics of Remastered Dark Souls
PS4 Pro, Xbox One X and PC – 4K resolution with 60fps compatible TV/monitor
PS4 Pro and Xbox One X will display an improved 4K resolution while the PC version will be native 4K.
PS4 and Xbox One – 1080p resolution at 60fps
Nintendo Swtich – 1080p to 30fps resolution when connected to TV. 720p resolution at 30fps when in portable mode.
Remastered Dark Souls Online Multiplayer Changes
Maximum number of players increased from 4 to 6
Password Matchmaking is now available similar to Dark Souls III. When a player is called in Password Matchmaking, the player level is synchronized.
Now it’s easier for friends to be paired up with each other. When the guest player’s character level and weapon is higher than the host player’s, the level will be adjusted accordingly.
The healing elements will not be available during PvP with the exception of the Estus vials. To avoid long and prolonged battles, the number of Estus jars is halved for ghosts.
When a player defeats an invading ghost, his Stus vial is restored.
Players can activate/deactivate global matchmaking
Players may no longer invoke allied ghosts consecutively when in combat with enemy ghosts.
We hope you are ready for this new release!