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Dark Souls Remastered Network Test Will Happen Before Launch, Praise the Sun

Dark Souls: Remastered is perhaps one of the most hyped up games in the market at this moment and fans are anxious about the game. While most of the fans are excited about the game we have a good news for those who want to get their hands on the game before its launch. You see Dark Souls Remastered Network Test is being hosted by the developers that will allow players to be able to play a part of the game.

So if you are a fan of the game and have been impatiently waiting for the game then this network test is the key to your salvation. The developers of the game Bandai Namco have officially announced that Dark Souls Remastered Network Test shall be hosted on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch prior to the game’s launch.

This free network test will give players the chance to play a specific part of the game Dark Souls Remastered before it is released. This way they will be the able test the game’s unique features before anyone else.

Which is seemingly a pretty interesting chance for the fans of the game. So you know know what to do, as soon as we know more on the matter we will let you guys know.

The original Dark Souls was an amazing game, to such a level that it pretty much had a cult following, considering that the Remastered version of the game is probably going to be equally successful.

As the game has a lot of information floating around we decided to compile everything we know about the game Dark Souls Remastered in one place to make a better understanding on how the game will be on its release.So If you guys want to give that a read it has been made available to you.

Additionally, Switch owners can purchase a Solaire of Astoria Amiibo that is also launching alongside Dark Soul Remastered. They can use Amiibo with the console hybrid as well as it can be sold exclusively at GameStop retail stores in the US.

That said the game Dark Souls: Remastered is scheduled to roll out on May 25, 2018, on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Source: gematsu