Dark Souls Trilogy Coming Soon to Consoles
Prepare to die all over again.
Bandai Namco announced yesterday at Gamescom that the Dark Souls trilogy, consisting of Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, and Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition, will be releasing as a compilation on October 19th. This special trilogy bundle is available in limited quantities in a physical format packaged in an exclusive steelbook case.
Dark Souls Trilogy will be available on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4, although European fans will be sad to know this bundle will not be released in their region of the world. A statement from Baindai Namco confirmed this, as you can read below.
To clarify, the Dark Souls Trilogy release date announcement yesterday (August 21st) was a US and Asia announcement only, and was not a Gamescom announcement in Europe. Dark Souls fans in Europe can still get their fix on October 19th--with the release of Dark Souls: Remastered for the Nintendo Switch console.
All downloadable content released for each entry is included as a part of this package, which will retail for $80.00. Are you prepared to die once again in the world of Lordran, or will you choose to let the fire die out on this release?
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