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Dark Souls fans obsessed with surprise new release you can order now

Dark Souls fans obsessed with surprise new release you can order now

Dark Souls fans need to see this

Dark Souls fans are being treated this year to a brand-new release that collectors are going to adore.

It’s no secret that I’m an enormous fan of just about anything FromSoftware puts out, and while Elden Ring is utterly fantastic, my favourite soulsborne title is and will always be the first Dark Souls game.

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So with that in mind, I was thrilled to see Bandai Namco’s announcement yesterday of several figurines that’ll be perfect for collectors.

In case you missed it, there are two volumes of figurines now available to pre-order, with the first being a collection of characters from the first Dark Souls game, and the other a collection from Dark Souls 2.

Unfortunately there’s no collection for Dark Souls 3 yet, a shame because I’d love to have a miniature version of Gael on my shelf, and the Soul Of Cinder if they ever make one.

The figurines themselves, while on the smaller side, look absolutely adorable, especially the little Solaire and Artorias which I already have an unhealthy obsession with.

However, while they’re very pretty, the only downside is the price. One collection has a total of six figurines in it, and the pre-order price will set you back a whopping £109, which will definitely turn some people away.

But at the end of the day, they are collectors items for hardcore fans, so if you want to drop the big bucks and have some decorative memorabilia for yourself, you should absolutely go for it, especially since official merchandise is so hard to come by for this series.

You never know, maybe if they do a collection for Dark Souls 3, they’ll also do one for Bloodborne, and they’ll inevitably do one for Elden Ring too given how much more popular that game has become.

Featured Image Credit: Bandai Namco

Topics: Dark Souls, Fromsoftware, Bandai Namco, Xbox, PlayStation, PC