A few days back we came to know that Dark Souls Remastered has been delayed for Nintendo Switch. While most of the fans have been speculating about the delay, recently Bandai Namco gave a confirmation that Dark Souls Remastered Network Test will still be taking place.
A fan asked the developers, on Twitter, what state was the Dark Souls Remastered Network Test in? when it got delayed.
To which they replied that the server performance of the Switch version shall take place apart from the others.
It shall take place at a time closer to the Switch version release, furthermore, they will be announcing the dates soon enough.
Dark Souls Remastered is perhaps one of the most hyped games in the market right now, with the release date set for 25th May, fans are anxiously waiting for the game.
Since there is not a lot of information available regarding the game, even worse there is a lot of ambiguity about the game. We have compiled together everything we know about the game in one place so you can certainly check that out.
While Dark Souls Remastered will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Nintendo Switch, the cross-platform play will not be possible.
Which is a bummer, since a lot of fans have had their expectation set for it.
That said, for those who are a little skeptical about the graphics on the consoles, fortunately for them, there was a comparison done between the Xbox 360 version of the game and PlayStation 4 version.
Turns out the difference is pretty huge, the frame rates have jumped all the way up to 60 considering in the Xbox 360 version of the game frame rates barely crossed 20, so it is a significant improvement.
As soon as we hear anything regarding the Dark Souls Remastered Network Test for Switch, we will let you guys know.
That said, what are your expectations form the game? Let us know in the comments below.