Dark Souls: Remastered On Nintendo Switch Delayed

Dark Souls Remastered

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The PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions of Dark Souls Remastered are still on track to launch on May 25. These links leave Siliconera. The game and its amiibo are now hitting sometime later this summer.

It looks like Dark Souls fans on the Nintendo Switch will have longer to prepare to die, as Bandai Namco has just announced that Dark Souls: Remastered has been delayed. In the meantime, we will learn how comprehensive the final version of the remaster will be when it releases for other platforms on May 25th. And what makes the delay particularly curious is the fact that the Switch version of Dark Souls: Remastered was playable at PAX East earlier this month and everything - even Blightown - appeared to be in working order. This information comes by way of a tweet from the official Dark Souls Twitter account.

Nintendo Switch owners were treated to a special announcement in January, in which Bandai Namco unveiled that the first title in the Dark Souls series was being remastered for the portable platform.

In addition to the game's delay, the Solaire of Astora amiibo is being pushed back too.

As for the Switch network test planned for Dark Souls Remastered, the game is still set to receive one.

Changes include 4K support, the game running at 60fps (but running at 30fps on the Switch), an increase in the max amount of players in multiplayer mode and more.

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