Dark Souls Remastered Won't Have 'HDR Lighting' On PS4 Pro, Confirmed By Bandai Namco

Dark Souls Remastered was recently announced for the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. The game is expected to be a full 4K remaster on the PS4 Pro.

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Neonridr43d ago

"Dark Souls Remastered will not include new assets based on the Dark Souls 3 engine"

so does that mean that the XB1/PS4/Switch versions will be identical minus the framerate?

Pantz42d ago

I think you can expect it to run best on Xbox One X.

Babadook742d ago (Edited 42d ago )

I think you can also expect to not see a difference from pro without zooming into part of the screen.

NoPeace_Walker42d ago

Water is wet. Of course it will run best on the most powerful console ever made...just like Every multiplat games so far on consoles. That will be the version I'll be getting.

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camel_toad42d ago

"Dark Souls Remastered will not include new assets based on the Dark Souls 3 engine"

Is it just my my poor reading comprehension or does this quote sound like they are also retracting the statement about the remaster being built on the DS3 engine?

DEEBO43d ago

That's dumb.
60fps must be too taxing.

Fishy Fingers42d ago (Edited 42d ago )

HDR doesn’t require additional hardware resources. Inclusion shouldn’t effect frame rate

Shineon42d ago

Thats just sad, Sony should of added more than 1 extra gig of ram.If it wasent for exclusives my pro would be in the trash

RememberThe35742d ago

lol Try a CPU stronger than the Cell.

moegooner8842d ago (Edited 42d ago )

Because the other remastered versions have HDR lighting? Try again

LgbtWarrior42d ago

The game had excellent lighting regardless. Would have been nicer to include it but going to 60fps from 30 is worth it for the souls series as the timing, parrying is strict as hell. Every frame counts. Dark 2, while not my fave in the series, remaster was outstanding in 60fps.

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