According to listings found on Amazon Germany and Amazon Spain, it would seem that the Dark Souls Trilogy collection will finally launch in Europe. Both pages cite a similar price in the vicinity of 70 euros, and both cite the release date to be the first of March. So, it would seem that the whole thing is pretty legit. The trilogy contains the most up-to-date versions of all three games, making it enticing to both collectors and complete newcomers to the series. If you’ve been looking for a reason to dive back into the franchise, or make your first tentative steps into the inevitability of death, then this collection is for you.
As brought up by eagle-eyed Resetera user KoolAid, it appears that the Dark Souls Trilogy might finally find its way to Europe this year. KoolAid has provided links to listings on the German and Spanish Amazon pages, and the evidence seems pretty conclusive. Both the Spanish and the German listing on Amazon cite the same price range for the game – €71.99 and €69.99, respectively. Another thing in common between the two is that both listings cite Friday, March 1st 2019 as the launch date. Possibly a placeholder date, but I honestly doubt that’s the case.
So, what exactly do you get for your money if you purchase the Dark Souls Trilogy collection? Basically, the newest and completest versions of all three games. There’s Dark Souls Remastered (which includes the Artorias of the Abyss DLC), Dark Souls 2 Scholar of the First Sin (includes all three DLCs) and Dark Souls 3 The Fire Fades (contains both DLCs, Ashes of Ariandel and The Ringed City). Is such a bundle wort the money? Well, that’s up for you to decide. If you own, like, one of the three, then maybe. Just compare the price of the collection with what you’re missing of the Dark Souls games, and get what’s cheapest for you.