Last updated on January 20th, 2019
New listings at a number of online retailers suggest that Bandai Namco’s Darks Souls Trilogy collection could be making it’s way to Europe this year.
[Update] Darks Souls Trilogy Collection Coming to Europe
While the three game collection had already been revealed last August, releasing on Xbox One and PS4, the release was for US and Asia only on October 19th 2018. There had been no news up until now that the collection would release in Europe.
UPDATE – Dark Souls Trilogy to release in Europe on March 1st, 2019:
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The trilogy contains Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition and all DLC content. This handy collection brings together all three entries in the Souls-franchise into one neat set.
But now listings that have been spotlighted by ResetEra, the Dark Souls Trilogy has popped up on Amazon Spain and Amazon Germany, which could mean a European release date on Friday 1st March 2019 for both consoles according to the listings.
Both Amazon Spain and Germany have set a price for the Dark Souls Trilogy for around 70 Euros which is cheaper than buying the three physical games separately. Bandai Namco still has not yet confirmed if the Dark Souls Trilogy will release in Europe at this point. [UPDATE – Confirmed release on March 1st 2019]
Dark Souls Trilogy was released in US and Asia for Playstation 4 and Xbox One on October 19th 2018 which was the same day as the release of Dark Souls Remastered on Nintendo Switch.
If you’re looking for for some more Dark Souls content be sure to read next our review of Dark Souls Remaster on the Nintendo Switch from a first time player perspective and Dark Souls Remastered Review: Nostalgia In 4K for the veteran review. You also check out our Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2 and Darks Souls 3 wikis.