Announced on today’s Nintendo Direct Mini, Bandai Namco and FromSoftware are bringing Its Own critically acclaimed Name to the Nintendo Switch in the form of Dark Souls: Remastered. A new trailer was revealed alongside the game’s unveiling.
While nothing has been detailed about the approaching remaster, the trailer does reveal some upgraded graphics within an armored figure — the player’s character — ignites among the game’s lots of bonfires from the game’s heartbeat location, the Firelink Shrine.
Dark Souls initially launched back in October 2011 at North America bringing its distinctive and difficult combat to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360; it eventually came to PC in August 2012. It is a spiritual successor to FromSoftware’s 2009 name Demon’s Souls that was available exclusively on PlayStation 3.
Dark Souls would go on to determine a ton of titles for example a year’s Nioh, Absolver, also Bandai Namco’s upcoming activity JRPG Code Vein. Additionally, It spawned two sequels with Dark Souls II — which was not directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki — and Dark Souls III.
This is only one of several games shown on now’s Nintendo Mini Direct. Check back to the site for more of its own displays and updates to the Switch’s expanding library of titles.