Dark Souls Remastered Switch Delayed To Summer 2018

Dark Souls Remastered Switch Delayed To Summer 2018

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment previously announced the release date of DARK SOULS™: REMASTERED for the 25 May on all platforms. The simultaneous release across all consoles would have ensured that Nintendo Switch players were able to participate in the hype concurrently with players all over the world.

Dark Souls: Remastered will miss its May release on Switch.

The good news here is that the other versions of the game - for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC - have not been delayed and will still be out on May 25 as planned.

Bandai Namco this morning dropped off a bit of bad news for Nintendo Switch owners counting the days until Dark Souls: Remastered launches.

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The PS4, Xbox One and PC/Steam versions are still on track for May 25th.

Bandai Namco hasn't stated exactly what it needs time to address, and it obviously didn't offer up an official release date for the Switch version or accompanying amiibo.

Some fans have already voiced disquiet that the remaster is not much of an improvement on the original versions, so it seems surprising the Switch is having trouble - considering how well it coped with the port of Doom. Launching at a reduced price for all major systems, there's no reason not to give Dark Souls a try if you haven't ever played it.

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