THQ Nordic has confirmed the release date of Darksiders 3 for November 27th. The game will come in three different digital editions and two massive physical editions. The prices of the different versions range from the standard $60 to a jaw-dropping $400.
Are you ready to start fighting apocalyptic monstrosities in wonderfully over-the-top ways again? Well, rejoice, because THQ Nordic has confirmed the release date for Darksiders 3. The game is coming out on November 27th, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You’ll be taking over the role of Fury, the sister of the Four Horsemen. With War in chains, Fury has to take care of the Seven Deadly Sins, and basically save all of creation single-handed. So, you know, no pressure. If you want to see Fury in action, you can check out the trailer below for some gameplay footage. Fury wields a whip blade, like Ivy in Soul Calibur, and it looks awesome.
Darksiders 3 is going to come in several different editions, both digital and physical. First off, there’s the Standard Edition for $60, which includes only the base game. Then, there’s the Deluxe Edition for $75, which includes the game and the two paid DLCs that are coming later down the line. Lastly, we have the Blades and Whip Edition, for $90. In there, you get Darksiders 3, the two paid DLCs, plus Darksiders: Warmarstered Edition and Darksiders 2: Deathfinitive Edition. So, basically a three-in-one deal. Pretty solid. Also, if you pre-order any of these editions, you’ll get into the game 24 hours earlier.
Then, we come to the big guns: the physical editions. The Collector’s Edition will set you back $150, and it includes a premium box, an artbook, a steelbook case, the soundtrack, the cosmetic exclusive armor DLC, a figurine of Fury, and, of course, the game. Last, but definitely not least: Darksiders 3: Apocalyptic Edition. It includes everything from the Collector’s Edition, plus an amulet, a Wall Scroll (aka fabric poster), and three additional figurines of War, Death, and Vulgrim. For this edition, you’ll have to fork over a whopping $400, according to GameSpot.