Bandai Namco recently announced that Dark Souls Trilogy will be coming to Europe this March. When the trilogy was released in Japan, there was a fancy (and rather expensive) Trilogy Box released that included a host of goodies. Bandai Namco has revealed that a similar Collector’s Edition will be making its way to Europe.
As well as a copy of each of the games (which also includes all the previously released DLC), the Collector’s Edition comes with:
- A hand-painted 34cm Elite Knight at the Bonfire statue (which is also numbered).
- The Dark Souls Trilogy soundtrack – six CDs with music from all three games.
- A 460-page Dark Souls Trilogy compendium – By Future Press, it contains illustrated maps with boss and NPC locations, item encyclopedia, a bestiary of enemies and bosses, and a manuscript of all dialogue from each game. Plus it has a bookmark ribbon and limited art prints.
The Collector’s Edition is limited to just 2000 units and if you want one yourself then it will cost you £449.99 (that’s around €510 / $580 / 750 Mars bars).
While the Dark Souls Trilogy is released for PS4 and Xbox One on 1 March 2019, you’ll have to wait a little longer for the Collector’s Edition, which will be shipped out from 31 May 2019. According to Bandai Namco, the extra wait is due to the time needed to hand-paint each statue to the highest quality.
If you’ve got a spare £449.99, the Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition can be pre-ordered at the Bandai Namco store.