Dark Souls is one of those games that people either love or hate.

That said, it's considered to be one of the best games ever made - but there's no denying that the game can be exceptionally difficult, and anyone who's played it will tell you that the game doesn't reward or cover you from mistakes. In fact, it actively punishes you for it. But, y'know, that's part of the experience of playing Dark Souls - dying a lot.

Anyway, the game was originally released back in 2011 and was a huge success, spawning two sequels in the process - and now a remastering for the PlayStation 4 Pro. A remastering had been rumoured for some time, but the news was made official over the weekend by Bandai Namco and Sony, who posted a new trailer and gave some details on what to expect.

The game will land on May 25th of this year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC and will feature 60 frames per second throughout with 4K resolution, as well as using the original assets from the game itself. In other words, it'll be as close as you can get to the original game while still improving the graphics to a point.

Here's the trailer.