Dark Souls Remastered Delayed On The Switch, Why This Game Is BIG For It!

Sad news fellow Nintendo Switch Enthusiats! The upcoming Dark Souls Remastered has been pushed back on only the Nintendo Switch and that is a bummer. While this is less than ideal for many of us looking to scratch that Dark Souls itch, it is better to have a functioning game. The most assumed reason for the delay is ensuring that the games notorious Blight-town is tamed on the low-powered Switch.

I for one, while immensely saddened, am happy this is getting a bit more attention. Developers have to play a gentle game of cat and mouse when it comes to the Nintendo Switch. Getting the game to run smoothly on both handheld and docked formats are key to the consoles experience. Most manufactures will aim for 30FPS in handheld mode while docked goes for 60FPS; 30FPS seems to be all around an average. I have always preached quality and I hope the team behind this port fully embraces that concept and opinion.

Another aspect of this development is the fact that we will, for the first time, have Dark Souls on the go. Portable Dark Souls has a massive appeal and draw that I feel fans of the series will appreciate, so long as quality is sufficient. This is big for fans of the series who always wanted to be portably thrown around by this aggressive title. It remains to be seen how big of a draw a title like this will be for the Nintendo Switch.

As of this writing I believe the Solaire amiibo is on track for its early release and the game is still available for pre-order from sites like GameStop or Amazon.

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