Bandai Namco & FromSoftware Ends 'Dark Souls 3' With One Big Final Game: 'The Fire Fades Edition' [VIDEO]By Emily Schultz, UniversityHerald Reporter
"Dark Souls 3" publisher Bandai Namco and developer FromSoftware have one last gift before they officially sign-off from the game series. The two has just revealed to the gaming world their final gift in the form of a game collection, "Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition." The two made the big announcement this week.
Bandai Namco this week released to the wild the "Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition," which includes the entire game along with the two downloadable expansions: "Ashes of Ariandel" and "The Ringed City." The Fire Fades Edition is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, GameSpot reported.
Recently, "Dark Souls 3" director and FromSoftware president Hidetaka Miyazaki announce that the series is about to come to an end. Today, it looks like the developer and publisher will now officially closing the door for the game and has decided to compile all the three entry in the Dark Souls franchise, including all the previously released DLC expansions, in a complete gaming package called "Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition."
To further promote the comprehensive iteration of the title, game publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment has released a launch trailer that provides a complete overview of all the great things that have been released for the action RPG "Dark Souls 3," including some of the highlights from the base game and DLC contents.
The release to the wild of "Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition" has officially signaled what could be the final utterance from the Dark Souls franchise. Dark Souls is now coming to an end.
As for the game's "The Fire Fades Edition," the newly released Dark Souls collection contains the base game along with the all the season pass contents, which means that "Ashes of Ariandel" and "The Ringed City" expansions are also included in the $50 price tag. The "Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition" will be made available is available on PS4 and Xbox One for £44.99 and £39.99 on PC, depending on the game retailer, according to GameSpot.
Additionally, "The Fire Fades Edition" will be made available both physically and digitally copy in the UK and Australia, though at this point it still unclear if the PC version of the game is coming to the US market. However, PC players can now buy the previously released "Dark Souls 3: Deluxe Edition," which said to include the base game along with the season pass content for just $85.
Meanwhile, Dark Souls publisher Bandai Namco recently teased a new game using a tagline that made popular by Dark Souls game series. However, the newly revealed vampire-themed RPG has no apparent connection with the Dark Souls franchise.
In other Dark Souls-related story, the petition for the remaster version of the Dark Souls game series continues to grow. It now reached around 3,991 supporters, and the figure still growing fast.
The petition for remaster version of the game was started by a Dark Souls fan named Robbie-Penniston Moore of Hucknall, United Kingdom. The British started this game petition with a single signature and now has 3,991 people backing it.
For more information about the petition, check out Dark Souls Remaster petition at change.org. Watch the luanch trailer of the "Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition."