Dark Souls for the Nintendo Switch has been delayed and so users of Nintendo’s console may have been feeling a bit bummed out about this. Fans have eagerly been awaited the release of the game on the Nintendo Switch, and now we finally have a date. Praise the sun!
The remastered port and its matching amiibo will arrive on October 19th. That’s when you can experience the same amount of dying in this game that you have on other consoles. Seriously, in case you don’t know, in this game, you die ALOT, but it’s also very fun and immersive.
The game is late but better late than never. Until now Switch users have been missing out on being able to play this game. That all changes in October though. It took longer than expected to adapt the intensely difficult game to the Switch’s controls, but it is all ready to play. They already released the remastered version for PS4, PC and Xbox back in May.
The Switch version of the game will have 1080p resolution when docked and 720p when you are using handheld. You can also expect a frame rate of 30fps. There’s also an online mode for 1–6 players and DLC will is included. I think it will be worth the wait.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Gaming News