The Switch Version of Dark Souls Remastered Is Getting Delayed

The Other Versions of the Remaster Are Still Coming Out in May

The Nintendo Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered has been officially delayed to this summer, tweeted the official Dark Souls Twitter account on Tuesday.

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However, the other versions of the remaster are still scheduled to come out on May 25th, the tweet added. “Rest assured, this time will ultimately be used to improve your journey to Lordran,” the account also tweeted.

The current-gen remaster of the first Dark Souls game is highly anticipated by fans of the third-person action-RPG series. The Dark Souls series is notorious for having extremely difficult, unforgiving gameplay and mysterious plots. Earlier this month, COGconnected had an article that detailed all the changes the developers of the remaster made.

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.

What do you think about this delay? Are you disappointed or are you glad that the Switch version of the game is getting some extra development time? How excited are you for Dark Souls Remastered? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!

Dark Souls Remastered is scheduled to come out on the PS4, PC and Xbox One on May 25th.