Despite the denial arrived a few days after the announcement of the game, Dark Souls Remastered will actually be discounted in its PC version for those users who already own the Prepare to Die Edition published by FromSoftware and Bandai Namco Entertainment in 2012.
“Owners of the PC version of “Dark Souls Prepare to Die Edition” will be able to upgrade to “DARK SOULS REMASTERED” at a discounted price. Please feel free to take advantage of this campaign,” the message from FromSoftware was posted on Twitter that you can read at the bottom of the news.
If you already own the action-RPG, then, you can take advantage of a price cut of 50%, and get your hands on the game by paying only $20. An interesting move by FromSoftware and Bandai Namco that could push a much larger number of PC users to purchase the remastered version of the first episode of the trilogy designed by Hidetaka Miyazaki.
Bandai Namco also announced that it will remove the Dark Souls: Prepare To Die Edition of Steam as soon as the remastered version is released, however, buyers of the original version will still have access.
Dark Souls Remastered will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One from 25, while it will arrive on Nintendo Switch during the summer season after the delay announced a few days ago by the software house (also the network test and the Solaire amiibo have immediately a subsequent referral).
Will you buy the game on PC using this discount? Tell us in the comments below.
Owners of the PC version of “Dark Souls Prepare to Die Edition” will be able to upgrade to “DARK SOULS REMASTERED” at a discounted price. Please feel free to take advantage of this campaign. pic.twitter.com/A3mEXG2tmi
— FROMSOFTWARE (@fromsoftware_pr) April 24, 2018