Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Dark Souls Trilogy Announced for PS4 and Xbox One

Prepare to die again because, Bandai Namco has announced Dark Souls Trilogy for PS4 and Xbox One.

In spite of having a reputation of being extremely hard to play, developer From Software and publisher Bandai Namco received mostly positive receptions for their action role-playing Souls game series over the years. Lately, a remastered version of the first game is released for all major platforms after six years and saw great success, leading the publisher to announce the critically acclaimed series as Dark Souls Trilogy for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to release on October 19, 2018.

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Dark Souls Trilogy Announced for PS4 and Xbox One

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Behold the greatness of all three games from Bandai Namco's renowned action RPG Souls series in a new announcement trailer.




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The compilation includes Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin and Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition along with all DLC released previously. That brings Ashes of Ariandel, Crown of the Ivory King, Crown of the Old Iron King, Crown of the Sunken King and The Ringed City at your disposal. Basically, you are getting best version of every single title from the entire series altogether within this pack to challenge your combat skills and to decide whether or not Lordran can look up to you as its savior.

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The very first Souls game that pioneered the franchise, Demon's Souls will not be a part of the collection though. One more thing to note is that, Bandai Namco is only releasing collection will not be heading over to marketplace of Europe but to Asia and US only. However, they can still enjoy Dark Souls: Remastered for Nintendo Switch on October 19, 2018. Apparently, PC gamers and Switch owners have to sit this one down anyway. Besides, the latter group has already waited five months to get the first game on their consoles.

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Dark Souls Trilogy for consoles comes in a slick looking SteelBook case for the price of $79.99 only and since physical copies of the release will be limited in numbers, you are best advised to pre-order now to ensure you own one during launch. If you own a console and crave for some great game, then this can be your ultimate pick to dive deep into a dark universe to encounter vicious monstrosity it is going to throw at you.