With the announcement of Dark Souls Remastered came many reactions, from hype to disapproval, to surprise as the last console from Nintendo, The Wii U avoided a good amount of mature games. That seems to have changed with the Switch as it has much more Mature themed games. Dark Souls Remastered is just another addition to this trend with the Switch.
The franchise that started back in 2011 and has grown to have a reputation as one of if not the most difficult games to play. They got this reputation from difficult gameplay and bosses that are more than just a challenge if you go unprepared.
The graphics for the remastered edition are nice for the Switch, though at 30 fps it is half of the usual 60 on other consoles it may be slower compared to those not used to the system.There are also other quality of life improvements to make things easier for players. Such as Multiplayer increasing to six as to four in the original. slight changes to passwords so playing with friends is easier to do. Estus flasks will now refill after killing Red Phantoms. Single player will also see some changes, the most notable change is that players now can use multiples of one item instead of just one at a time.
Dark Souls Remastered is coming out May 25th of 2018 with a Solaire of Astora Amiibo for the game that allows the character to do the “Praise the Sun” pose.