With Dark Souls Remastered releasing on four platforms, it would be cool if crossplay were implemented in some way.
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"Prepare to Die" all over again when Dark Souls: Remastered launches for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC on 25th May 2018, bundled with the Artorias of the Abyss DLC, nine online covenants to uncover and support for up to six players collaborating (or screwing eachother over) online. Dark Souls remastered was announced during the January 2018 Nintendo Direct. While PC, PS4 Pro, and Xbox One X players will be able to enjoy 4K, the Switch will run at 1080p and 30fps in docked mode, and likely a lower resolution when in portable mode. The most recent entry in the Dark Souls franchise, Dark Souls 3, came to consoles and PC in early 2016. We're not sure why you'd want to subject yourself to Dark Souls' brutal gameplay a second time, but hey, now you can do it on the go.
The source of the rumor is a Twitter user in Japan who found this listing from a retailer that had Dark Souls Remastered listed for the PS4. Dark Souls: Remastered has improved framerate and resolution from the original Dark Souls game for a return to Lordran.