Dark Souls: Remastered Won't Be Discounted for Players Who Already Own Dark Souls on PC

Sorry about that.

News by Matt Kim, .

Sorry PC players, it appears that you'll have to double-dip if you want Dark Souls: Remastered on the PC, as there won't be a 50 percent discount on the game for existing Dark Souls PC owners.

A Bandai Namco spokesperson confirmed to PCgamer that Dark Souls: Remastered "is the same price for all platforms. There is no discount." This was in response to a question regarding a potential discount for players who might already own Dark Souls on PC.

Yesterday, Namco Bandai announced that the first Dark Souls game will be remastered for all current consoles, including the Nintendo Switch and PC. The remastered version will feature 4K graphics for all capable consoles including the PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, and PC.

You can check out our full coverage of Dark Souls Remaster including our Everything We Know Guide.

Dark Souls: Remastered is slated for a May 25, 2018 release date.

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  • Avatar for nimzy #1 nimzy 8 days ago
    Surprising. Dark Souls II's re-release gave a deep discount to people who already owned it.
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  • Avatar for Flipsider99 #2 Flipsider99 8 days ago
    That's a shame. But then again I don't really mind giving Fromsoft more money because they certainly deserve it!
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  • Avatar for AstroDemon #3 AstroDemon 7 days ago
    Dark Souls "remastered" on PC is cheaper if you just download DSFix for free instead. I put hundreds of hours into each Dark Souls, and in general I'm not interested enough to double-dip into all the up-rezzed, yet full-priced old games this year.Edited 1 weeks ago by AstroDemon
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