Good news for PC players who were waiting for Dark Souls Remastered to release tomorrow as the game is available right now to play on steam a day earlier.
With no official announcements by Bandai Namco, it looks like an earlier gift for Dark Souls PC players while others are still waiting for tomorrow so they can start playing the game which holds a steady 60 FPS most of the time on every platform without any problem.
This was noticed by users as the game appeared in their steam libraries, which made everyone to double check it and it was confirmed as the game had a buy button which is unusual. Even if this happens it’s a matter of hours not days.
Though you don’t have to think that much about it as the game is available, so start playing before anyone else and make them jealous.
If you haven’t yet purchased the game, we also have another great news for you. If you own the previous Dark Souls: Prepare To Die Edition on PC you can now get the remastered version of Dark Souls for 50 percent off.
As for the game, Dark Souls Remaster promises to be everything that Dark Souls: Prepare To Die Edition was and more. Dark Souls Remaster comes with remappable buttons, a higher resolution, better matchmaking, increased party space online, an arena mode, and a variety of other changes, along with the Artorias of the Abyss DLC.
Dark Souls Remastered supports full 1080p for all of the consoles including Nintendo Switch version which recently got delayed. However, when you are in handheld mode then the game will automatically scale down to 720p so as to ensure smooth 30 FPS when inside of the game.
The Dark Souls Remastered version will be coming out on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 tomorrow on May 25.