Do you have some extra cash lying around? Well, we have something for you to splurge on. The latest unveiled Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition by Bandai Namco costs a hefty £449.99 in Europe. This Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s contains some insane stuff for the Dark Soul fans and it’s pretty sick if you ask me.
This Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition worth £449.99 in Europe comes with three Dark Souls games, downloadable content, soundtracks and some physical goodies for you to collect. The most interesting thing in this Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition is the hand-painted 34cm Elite Knight at the Bonfire statue. This Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition costs around 580 in dollars. The Dark Souls Trilogy which released in October won’t be coming out until May 31st in Europe, so Bandai Namco has come up with compensation for all those waiting.
Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition consists of all three Dark Souls titles including Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of The First Sin, Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades along with all DLC content ever released for each title.
The most complete collection of Dark Souls games and lore ever created, available exclusively from the Bandai Namco online store. Pre-order now and don’t delay, this limited run of 2000 won’t last forever!
You can currently pre-order this Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition for PS4 and Xbox Ony in Europe exclusively from the official store of Bandai Namco here. You have to hurry, as there are only 2000 made, which makes it a tough grab. Also, the link above is currently having issues, but we hope that it will be fixed soon so keep checking.
Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition contains the following items.
- The trilogy: Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of The First Sin, Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades, DLC content for all three games.
- Statue: High-quality, numbered, and hand-painted 34cm Elite Knight at the Bonfire statue
- Dark Souls Trilogy soundtrack: six soundtrack CDs with music from all three games
- 460-page Dark Souls Compendium: Contains illustrated maps with boss and NPC locations, item encyclopedia, bestiary of enemies and bosses, and a manuscript of all dialogue from each game reiterate. In English only.
The delivery for this expensive edition starts on May 31st and will continue through June, so don’t mind if it doesn’t arrive on time. If you are not lucky enough to get this expensive edition, then don’t worry as the standard edition of the game, including all three Dark Souls titles, soundtracks and more will be available in the UK on March 11.
In other news, Dark Souls: Remastered is now also available on Nintendo Switch. You can grab it today for $40, from the official Nintendo Store to play the game wherever you are, for the first time with Nintendo Switch.
Dark Souls: Remastered on Switch supports online play with up to 6 players with dedicated servers. Dark Souls: Remastered on Nintendo Switch is also compatible with amiibo. Solaire of Astore amiibo allows you to earn new characters, game modes and more.
Dark Souls: Remastered is now available to play on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.