It's time to light a bonfire and praise the sun, because Dark Souls is returning from the dead once more.
Hopefully, the PC version won't be so rough around the edges as the original release was, which had to be fixed up for the most part by modders.
Unfortunately, there isn't a whole lot of information about Dark Souls: Remastered out there just yet. Experience the rich world of DARK SOULS in Dynamic 4K resolution when playing on a PlayStation 4 Pro system, Xbox One X, and STEAM.
Apple: Chinese firm to operate China iCloud accounts
Apple announced the new data base in Guizhou last July , with an investment of 1 billion USA dollars. Guizhou is where Apple opened a $1bn (£738m) data centre previous year to meet the regulations.
Costco Customer Returns 'Dead' Christmas Tree In January For Full Refund
I personally don't agree with the "I wouldn't believe someone had so little moral values or lack of conscience" part. He described the woman as "totally nonchalant" as she waited in line to return her Christmas tree on Jan 4.
Facebook is testing a new section to emphasize local news
According to a report by TechCrunch , Facebook is calling this feature " Today In " and testing it in select markets. The company plans to add the service to more cities, and let people choose to follow local news from other areas.
And you have to ask: why wouldn't they? The remaster is heading for PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Multiplayer has apparently also been expanded to support six concurrent players. The game will also include the original DLC as well, meaning players will also get the Artorias of the Abyss DLC included.
At this point, we're not sure if From Software and Namco Bandai will elect to bring the other two games in the series to Nintendo Switch.
This comes after a leak earlier today that seemed to suggest the game was also coming to PS4. Dark Souls fans can rest easy knowing that the Switch remaster rumors are true, and that even if it's not new content, they can now play the game mobile. Bandai Namco has confirmed the same by publishing a trailer. Though only a Nintendo Switch version will be revealed at the time, Kotaku states that it will be announced for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC a few hours later. In terms of resolution, Dark Souls: Remastered will offer native 4K resolution at 60 fps.