While the Dark Souls Trilogy was confirmed to be coming to Europe, a new announcement from Bandai Namco has revealed that a Dark Souls Trilogy: Collectors Edition will be coming to the UK and Europe.
Dark Souls Trilogy: Collector’s Edition will Cost £449/€499.99
The Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition is available for pre-order and will cost avid fans £449.99. The collection includes all three of the Dark Souls games as well as previously released content in a three-disc collection.
The edition also comes with the original soundtrack which will be available using the voucher code at EP!C corner. Collectors will be able to download the music composed by Motoi Sakaraba and Yuka Kitamura, bringing 110 tracks, that’s 6 hours of music across 6 CD’s.
There is also a special Elite Knight at the Bonfire Statue which is painted and stands at dimensions 34x16x27.5cm.
An extensive compendium also comes included, spanning over 460 pages filled with equipment, enemies, items, areas and even NPC dialogues that are presented all in one book. It will also include illustrated maps of all the areas, comes with a ribbon bookmark so you don’t lose your place and limited art prints.
If you want this collectors edition you will need to act fast as there will only be 2000 of these created. Currently the editions are both listed on the UK and EU sites for £449.99/€499.99 which is roughly $643/$569
— Dark Souls (@DarkSoulsGame) January 18, 2019
The Dark Souls Trilogy: Collector’s Edition is available for pre-order via the Bandai Namco store website for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It will launch later this year in May.
While the price tag is a rather hefty one, FromSoft are no stranger to elaborate collections when it comes to their games. They have previously released a Japanese collector’s edition at the beginning of last year which offered a different kind of figure. The edition differed by including book ends and a unique Bust Figure. The Japanese version was priced around $453.
You can check out the European Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition below:
If you’re preparing to venture into the world of Dark Souls be sure to drop by our Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2 or Dark Souls 3 wikis as they are extremely useful whether you’re on your 1st playthrough or your 100th. You can also read our Dark Souls Remastered Review: Nostalgia In 4K if you want to know what we thought.