However, online features for Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition on PC won't be supported due to the game's "aging system."
Ninja Theory's acclaimed action-adventure title has amassed quite an impressive number of players since its launch in 207.
QLOC helped develop the recent update, which allowed for Ninja Theory to focus on its own projects (like Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2).
The rumour states the game will run at 4K and 60 FPS.
After tweeting a hazy GPU image, the company said to "stay tuned."
Polish port specialists QLOC will be aiding CD Projekt RED with the upcoming RPG's development.
QLOC looks to bring the whole package to 60 FPS.
All versions of the game are on level ground now.
The update brings the PC version up to date with console versions.
Launch trailer showcases Ninja Theory's critically acclaimed action adventure title on Nintendo's system.
This might just be the best looking game on the Nintendo Switch.
DLC and updates might still be a bit later, but nothing like before, hopefully.
Nailing the precision of movement, especially in handheld mode, was one of the challenges.
The long-awaited Switch version will run at 30 FPS in both console and portable mode.
Bandai Namco's Atsuo Yoshimura also explains the lack of HDR support.
Everything you need to know about Dark Souls Remastered.
At least for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions.
The critically and commercially acclaimed fighting game finally comes to PC.
Instead, they have been contracted to external studios.
Dante shows us how remasters should be done.