Prepare to die a day early.
By Shabana Arif
Dark Souls: Remastered has appeared on Steam a whole day early, so PC players can get stuck in right now.
Bandai Namco hasn’t made an official announcement of the game’s PC release, but Dark Souls Remastered is available to buy now on Steam. The title replaces the original, which was removed from the platform earlier this month.
Owners of the Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition on Steam can upgrade to the remastered version for a discounted price, getting 50% off.
The remaster has had a number of technical improvements, and fixes a few issues that plagued the original, like the infamous Blighttown, that seems to run just fine now, compared to the chugging mess it was in the initial release.
Dark Souls Remastered is still on track for a May 25 launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can check out all of the differences between the original and the remaster right here.
Shabana is a freelance writer who enjoys JRPGs, wine, and not finishing games. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.