Dark Souls: Remastered On PS4 Pro Will Not Feature HDR Lighting

  • Dark Souls: Remastered On PS4 Pro Will Not Feature HDR Lighting

Dark Souls: Remastered On PS4 Pro Will Not Feature HDR Lighting

Dark Souls: Remastered represents the first time a Dark Souls game has appeared on a Nintendo console.

While we'll take any excuse to replay Dark Souls for the umpteenth time, we're not entirely sure why this remaster exists. This edition offered all of the DLC for Dark Souls II, along with enhanced visuals for modern consoles. Remaster does not just end up with graphics enhancements, but the game delivers online support for up to 6 players (initially up to 4) and officially dedicated servers, making Bandai Namco opening the door to bigger online support. This is an exciting development for those who own a Switch and have never played Dark Souls before, but if the announcement got you Dark Souls veterans in the mood to give the game another go, then we've got some good news for you. A Dark Souls Trilogy box has been announced for PlayStation 4 in Japan. It was From Software's first entry in the medieval-Gothic RPG series under the Bandai Namco publishing label after originally releasing Demon Souls for the PS3 under Sony's label.

Dark Souls: Remastered On PS4 Pro Will Not Feature HDR Lighting

Nintendo recently revealed Dark Souls remastered for Nintendo Switch during Nintendo Direct Mini, however, a report has made its way on the internet suggesting that following the remaster, Dark Souls 2 and Dark Souls 3 will also be releasing for Nintendo Switch. It will feature 1080p and 30 FPS when docked on the Nintendo Switch. Although there is no mention of a new lighting system - or a transition to a new engine - the teams confirmed that the PC version will feature 2K textures. So far the box is only available for PS4 with no Xbox One, Windows, or Switch versions announced. And in case of PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, the game will be upscaled to 4K resolution and 60 FPS.