Well, contrary to the Bioshock remasters, Dark Souls Remastered will be a separate product.
PlayStation 4 owners will be getting some exclusive bonuses of their own, too, as alongside today's announcement came the unveiling of a Dark Souls box set. In a surprise Nintendo Direct Mini broadcast overnight, the House of N also confirmed the game would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. The series came to an end previous year.
Since then, Bandai Namco has removed the sentence and assured fans via a spokesperson that the $40 price is across the board for all platforms, suggesting that the original information was made in error.
With Dark Souls Remastered releasing on four platforms, it would be cool if crossplay were implemented in some way.
The game will release for Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One on May 25 this year.
Dark Souls was first released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011 to widespread acclaim. Dark Souls: Remastered for Switch will mark the first time the franchise will appear on a Nintendo console (and the series' first portable entry).
The reports arose when listings began popping up, confirming the $40 price tag of the console versions of the game, but something odd was going on with the PC version.
We'll also see 60fps performance in the title, as the press release that comes with the statement "improved framerate and resolution from the original".