Sekiro and the Dark Souls Trilogy get price cuts on console

By Alan Wen, Thursday, 10 October 2019 08:20 GMT


The murmurs following the official PS5 announcement have already got fans hoping for a Demon’s Souls remake, the game responsible for unleashing the unforgiving Souls-like genre upon us.

But while BluePoint Games isn’t ready to confirm what its big project actually is, you can keep yourself busy with FromSoftware’s back catalogue, starting with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice at £29.95 on Xbox One from The Game Collection.

Unfortunately, there’s no mention of a PS4 version here, unless you’re buying it as part of a console bundle with other games. This is nonetheless the cheapest price for the game, which launched earlier in March this year to rave reviews, carving a new path for FromSoftware with a rhythmic combat system and posture meter unlike anything the studio has done before.

The game is also available over at Amazon US, which also enjoys a price slash, and for both PS4 and Xbox One.

Go further back however and you can experience the triple threat of the Dark Souls Trilogy. Again, there’s been some disparity again so the best prices this time are for the PS4 from the UK and US respectively.

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