The Dark Souls Trilogy Blazes onto Vinyl in a Very Limited Collector’s Set
Bandai Namco reveals a vinyl set for the soundtrack of all three Dark Souls titles. The album will be released sometime later this year.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe announced today that the first-ever soundtrack compiling the entire Dark Souls trilogy will be coming to vinyl in very limited quantities.
The Age of Fire arrives on your turntable Autumn 2017 with DARK SOULS, THE VINYL TRILOGY!
9-vinyl collector box, 2,000 copies, €119 / £109 pic.twitter.com/epNoHrX2q4Advertisement
— Bandai Namco UK (@BandaiNamcoUK) July 27, 2017
Announced via the Bandai Namco UK’s Twitter page, the Dark Souls – The Vinyl Trilogy will be a numbered collection of only 2000 copies to be sold on the Bandai Namco Entertainment Official Store this Fall. The official soundtrack will include nine vinyl records in its collector’s box with more than five hours of music from Dark Souls, Dark Souls II, and Dark Souls III.
According to Bandai Namco, the music, which has been composed by Motoi Sakuraba and Yuka Kitamura, will remind you of the “sinister, dark and dramatic world” of the Dark Souls series.
Dark Souls – The Vinyl Trilogy is not yet available for purchase or pre-order, but when it is, it will run €119 / £109. No word on if the collection will also be sold in North America or anywhere outside of Europe.
In other Dark Souls news, the original title from the series just got a new mod that allows PC players to fight all of the game’s bosses without having to play through all of the content between them.