Bandai Namco has announced Dark Souls Trilogy, a new compilation package that brings together the three challenging games in a package. Dark Souls Trilogy launches on October 19 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with a $ 80 USD price tag.
The package contains Dark Souls: Remastered, Dark Souls II: The First Sin's Teacher and Dark Souls III: The Four Fades Edition. So it's all three games in its best form with all previously released DLC. The games come in a steelbook case. The first Souls game, Demon's Souls, is not included.
"The Dark Souls Trilogy gives those who have not played the Dark Souls series a great opportunity to jump in and experience what has become one of the most influential video games of the last decade," said Jenn Tsang, director of Bandai Namco in a statement. "The Magic of Dark Souls is within its ability to challenge players with highly rewarding games and deliver an euphoric sense of achievement after turning a particularly strong boss or area in the game."
According to Bandai Namco, The Dark Souls Trilogy will see a "limited" release for its physical versions in America. The game will also be available digitally.
While no new Dark Souls games have been announced, Dark Souls: Remastered will come to Nintendo Switch on 1
Bandai Namco announced Dark Souls Trilogy as part of Gamescom. Software next game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, got a new trailer and news about a collector's edition at the major European game show. For more from Gamescom, you can follow all GameSpots coverage here.