Bandai Namco confirmed recently that upcoming Dark Souls Remastered will not have HDR Lighting. The information was updated on PlayStation Blog which was an announcement for the release of Dark Souls Remastered. The date is May 25, 2017. Kasumi Yogi from Namco Bandai shared the update about the game, that players can enjoy the game on 4K and HDR Lighting on PS4 Pro. HDR Lighting was later striked out which clears the game is not having this features.
Dark Souls Remastered was announced recently for four platforms. They are Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One and PS4. As a remastered edition the game will offer a full 4K remaster content for PS4 Pro and Xbox One. This was announced on the blog. Namco Bandai has also mentioned 4K with HDR Lighting and later strike out the second feature and updated it was a mistake.
Dark Souls Remastered will render up to 4K on PS4 Pro at 60ps. The frame rate is similar to PS4 also. Improved resolution will allow players to enjoy the game once again with much-enhanced graphics quality. On regular PS4 gamers can enjoy native 1080p graphics. Players can explore and build characters in the game. There are various customization options added. Along with gamers can pick from a wide variety of weapons and armor. Next is magic that is a vital part of gameplay. There are multiplayer benefits also, now around 6 players can play together in a team.
Dark Souls Remastered is officially coming on May 25.
Source: PlayStation Blog