Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition Trailer Highlights 34cm Elite Knight Bonfire Statue
Dark Souls Trilogy

Bandai Namco released some details on the Dark Souls Trilogy Collector’s Edition. The big package will come jam packed with a ton of goodies, including the entire Dark Souls soundtrack from the trilogy of games, a statue, a compendium, and a special edition box.

The physical collector’s edition will be available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The centerpiece of the package is the Elite Knight at the Bonfire statue, which is a 34 x 16 x 25.5 centimeter statue featuring the knight fully decked out in armor from head to toe, staring down at the sword in a bonfire.

The statue looks pretty high-quality, and seems like it would fit in nicely with other medieval themed memorabilia. You’ll be able to read up on the bonfire and the lore surrounding it thanks to a very detailed 460-page Dark Souls Trilogy compendium that contains information and details on every villain, location, boss, and story element packed into From Software’s iconic series.

The package is topped off with a six-disc set soundtrack pacage that comes in a special disc booklet featuring the Elite Knight artwork on the opposite side of each sleeve.

All of these items will be packaged into a giant Dark Souls Trilogy collector’s box, along with a physical copy of the game.

It’s weird that they don’t roll out a price tag for the package but don’t expect to pay anything less than $129.99 for it. Although, I would likely have to eat my words if Bandai came out swinging with a competitive $99.99 price point.

Anyway, the Dark Souls Trilogy is literally exactly what the name states, a trilogy of the first three Dark Souls titles along with all of the previously released DLC such as the Scholar of the First Sin, The Fire Fades and all other DLC packs for the three titles.

The Dark Souls Trilogy standard edition is currently available right now, but the collector’s edition won’t be delivered until May 31st, 2019 later this spring.


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