Dark Souls Remastered will roll out later this month and From Software has also planned a network test for the upcoming game on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, however, the game will also be rolling out on PS4 Pro and the studio has revealed the resolution for Dark Souls Remastered on PS4 Pro.
According to the Edge Magazine, the upcoming Dark Souls Remastered will run at 3200 X 1800 resolution on the PS4 Pro and not only that, the game will also run at 60 FPS.
As for the texture quality, some of them have not been touched by the developers, others have either been replaced with high-res textures or just simply removed. Also, the game doesn’t feature HDR support and there is a reason for it.
Our goal was to recreate and provide the original game’s feel and atmosphere on the most recent hardware. As a result, rather than focusing on displaying the game in HDR, we used the original game’s visuals as a base in order to produce what we wanted.
Fans will remember the Blighttown from the first game which is easily one of the most hated areas in the game and producer Atsuo Yoshimura noted that they have looked into the matter.
However, it is not clear what changes the devs will be making to the Blighttown in the upcoming Dark Souls Remastered.
We are aware of the issue regarding Blighttown and feel about making the players feel and stressed. We have heard the voice of from the community regarding this matter and have made sure it was a topic that was looked into for the remaster.
Also, if you already own the Dark Souls: Prepare To Die edition then you are in luck as you will be able to get the game for 50% off.
Dark Souls Remastered is scheduled to launch on May 25, 2018, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch version of the game has been delayed.
Source: Edge Magazine