In the event you haven’t discovered, Dark Souls is currently making its way into current-generation platforms in a brand new variant of the game aptly titled Dark Souls: Remastered. Following this up statement, Bandai Namco has just shown a Dark Souls box set that is going to be coming shortly only to PS4.
The box set, of course, contains all three games in the series: Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, Dark Souls III: Fire Fades Edition. The real meat and potatoes of the set include the extras that are included.
The thing that you’ll see at first glance is that the pair of bookends including the cover artwork knight from the game. Additionally contained is the soundtrack to three games spread over six discs, ten art prints with a framework, and three item dictionaries which arrive with descriptions for each and every thing located in the Dark Souls series.
The only drawback is that now this box collection is only available in Japan. Per usual with these things, there’s still a chance it might come to western markets, but there’s’s no word at today.
If it does come to the west, however, you may want to start scraping together some cash. The Dark Souls box collection is retailing 49,800 yen, that equates to approximately $440. While there’s a lot of cool things within this package that hardcore Dark Souls fans are certain to enjoy, which’s a steep price to pay, especially considering most folks probably already possess Dark Souls II along with Dark Souls III.
If we hear any further information of the release of this package beyond Japan, we’ll be sure to allow you to know.