Big Xbox Sale Lets Dark Souls Fans Get Entire Series for Cheap

FromSoftware’s Elden Ring has introduced millions of new players to the studio’s challenging yet engaging action RPGs. It’s safe to say that there might be quite a few Elden Ring players who are inspired to check out the rest of the FromSoftware catalog after completing their adventures in the Lands Between, and of course they’ll find that they have the dark souls series, the franchise that helped catapult FromSoftware into the mainstream success it enjoys today.

Anyone wanting to join the Dark Souls series now has an excellent opportunity to do so on Xbox. Right now, Xbox is hosting a major Dark Souls franchise sale, giving players huge discounts on all three games in the series. The sale is live until July 13, so anyone interested has some time to think. However, those looking to play Dark Souls should consider jumping on this sale as they can get all three games for less than the $59.99 that Dark Souls 3 normally costs.

Those who want to play the entire trilogy and all DLC will want to buy Dark Souls: Remastered for $19.99, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin for $9.99 and Dark Souls 3: Deluxe Edition for $21.24. The base version of Dark Souls 3 is also available for $14.99, and those who may already have Dark Souls 3 but don’t have the DLC can purchase the Dark Souls 3 Season Pass for $12.49.

Dark Souls Games Xbox Sale Prices

  • Dark Souls: Remastered – $19.99
  • Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin – $9.99
  • Dark Souls 3 – $14.99
  • Dark Souls 3: Deluxe Edition – $21.24
  • Dark Souls 3 Season Pass – $12.49

All three Dark Souls games have received critical acclaim and are widely regarded as some of the best games ever made. Aspects of it may feel outdated compared to Elden Ring, but they are still worthwhile adventures and well worth checking out for anyone who is a fan of FromSoftware’s style. Those who decide to play 100% of the Dark Souls games will especially get their money’s worth as this requires multiple playthroughs, side missions to complete and just about every item worth collecting.

This sale may even help boost Dark Souls’ multiplayer experience. Like Elden Ring, Dark Souls multiplayer works by players laying down their summons, after which other players can summon them for help. This system becomes less relevant as the games get older and fewer people play, but a big sale like this could potentially give multiplayer a shot. Whether that happens or not remains to be seen, but either way, this sale is the perfect time for anyone looking to jump into the Dark Souls trilogy of games first.

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