Dark Souls Remastered Will Not Support Cross-Play

Bandai Namco confirms the absence of cross-play in Dark Souls Remastered.

Dark Souls Remastered

The announcement of Dark Souls Remastered has taken everyone by surprise: of course, it was already in the rumors, but to see a version of the popular game of From Software on Nintendo Switch has blown everyone away from the chair.

Bandai Namco Games America has confirmed that Dark Souls Remastered will not support Cross-Play, this means that the online multiplayer will only be possible on platforms of the same type.

The confirmation comes from the pages of IGN, Bandai Namco did not disclose other details on the matter, merely reiterating the absence of Cross-Play support for the re-release of Dark Souls.

Dark Souls Remastered will arrive in Europe on May 24 in physical format on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS4, Pro, Xbox One and PC, from May 25 in digital format on all platforms mentioned and on PC.

According to rumors, the game is being developed in the studios of the Polish software house QLOC, the development team responsible for remastered version and porting of Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen, God Eater Resurrection and Resident Evil 6.

Also worthy of mention is the collaboration with Ninja Theory on Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice and DMC: Devil May Cry. Previously, the insider, Laura Dale, did not exclude that From Software is partly involved in the project, but declares that most of the work has been commissioned to QLOC.