‘Dark Souls 3’ News & Update: Game Developer Making Versions For Nintendo Switch; Bringing The Virtual Reality Version of Dark Souls 3
The action role-playing game "Dark Souls 3" was released on the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, and the PC early this year. The game developer "From Software" has developed a new build of the video game that is compatible with the "Nintendo Switch," the Japanese gaming company's upcoming platform.
Nintendo Switch was claimed to launch in the spring of next year and predicting the rumors pointing about a version of "Dark Souls 3" in the gaming platform, which is likely to come out next year as well. The information was based on the appearance of From Software's logo on the big list of third-party publishers and developers pledging their support for the upcoming Nintendo gaming console.
A small development team within "From Software" is continuously working on porting the game to the Nintendo Switch for several months already. The game developer is still waiting for the Nintendo Switch sales data before fully committing to developing a version of "Dark Souls 3" on Nintendo's latest gaming console.
"Dark Souls 3" is one of the most impressive games that were released this year. The game developers also released a new update for "Dark Souls 3" which was meant to fix an array of bugs that have hounded the recently-released DLC of the game entitled "Ashes of Ariandel." The appearance and disappearance of Sir Vilhelm in randoms spots would be resolved and the character name not being shown has been fixed by Patch 1.09.
"I am definitely pushing for a VR version of Dark Souls 3. But, I also want to clarify my statement; the entire development team was hoping to produce a VR Dark Souls 3 game," as stated by Atsuo Yoshimura the game producer, in an interview during the Golden Joystick Awards.
Atsuo Yoshimura's statement was enough to encourage and excite the fans of "Dark Souls 3" as they want to see a VR version of the game to be released and its outcome.