This Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition Makes Us Wish We Had £450 to Burn

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If you absolutely love the Dark Souls series and have £450 to essentially throw away, the Bandai Namco store has something very special for you. Well, as long as you live in the EU.

Following up on the announcement that the Dark Souls Trilogy will be making its may to EU territories this March for PS4 and Xbox One X, a snazzy Collector’s Edition has now also been unveiled for PS4, Xbox One and PC in May.

With an RRP of £449.99, only 2,000 copies of the Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition are set to be produced, making it very collectable indeed. “But what’s included in it?”, we hear you asking. “Is it worth the asking price when I already own all the games?”. Well, we’ll leave that for you to decide.

Aside from including all three Dark Souls games along with their DLC, the Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition includes a download voucher for the soundtracks of all three games. But don’t worry, you also get the soundtracks on CD too. There’s six CD’s worth of music, in fact. The Collector’s Edition also includes a high quality Elite Knight at the Bonfire statue, and a 460 page Dark Souls compendium by Future Press. You can take a look at it all below.

Dark Souls Trilogy Collector's Edition

Thanks to the sheer size of the statue included in the Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition – it’s 34x16x27.5cm – it’s bound to be sought after by avid Dark Souls fans. Each statue is going to be hand painted, too, which is the reason why the Collector’s Edition arrives two months after the standard Dark Souls Trilogy release.

So, got money to burn? We’re envious of you. You can preorder the Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition right now, exclusively on the Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe store. If you’re not in Europe you’re out of luck we’re afraid. Although we’re sure if anyone outside of Europe really wants one they’ll find a way. Anyone who’s a fan of the Dark Souls series certainly won’t be afraid of a little challenge, after all.