Demon’s Souls Remaster For PS4 Is Still A Dream
Perhaps one of the most hyped games Dark Souls Remaster may be in minds of many fans. While they all are excited about the remaster, they still have some small dreams similar to this one. Seeing Demon’s Souls Remaster is one of those dreams, and apparently based on the new ESRB rating the time has not yet come.
While most of the fans are waiting anxiously for the Dark Souls Remaster, some of them consider Demon’s Souls to be the true progenitor of the phenomenon that FromSoftware created. Very recently ESRB relisted the game Demon’s Souls, which for many became a ray of hope.
Everyone was all hyped up because of the re-rating of the game, they were taking it as a sign that the Demon’s Souls Remaster may just be in the making as well. The timing was perfect no doubt, with the Dark Souls remastered scheduled to roll out in May and the game rating taking place, everything pointed in one direction.
Unfortunately, it all blew over like wind blows over dust. There is only one change that has been made by the ESRB to the game Demon’s Souls entry. It certainly is not PS4, everything is apparently same from the title to the last word. The only change is that they have removed the standard clause that says “Online Interactions Not Rated By The ESRB”.
That is likely done because there is no longer an online interaction element to the game at all. All the rest is same, especially the PS3 part. So for those dreamers who are looking out for Demon’s Souls Remaster, although their dream has not yet been shattered it certainly is not happening anytime soon.
We still have some good news regarding the title, the upcoming Dark Souls Remastered will have a network test hosted by the developers that will allow the players to be able to play a specific part of the game.
Also if you need to know more about the upcoming remaster before it gets released, we have collected all the information regarding it and compiled it. So that’s everything you need to know before you cry.
Dark Souls: Remastered is scheduled to roll out on May 25, 2018, on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.