Dark Souls III Digital Pre-Orders are Live

Dark Souls III - Hawkwood fugitive from Farron's Undead Legion

For those looking to venture once more into death defying dungeons, a vast and twisted world that is fully connected, and face dangers that seek to throw a difficult challenge and rewards for completing them in an action-RPG wait no longer. For those waiting to get their hands once more on the Souls franchise can now pre-order the latest installment on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4.

For a limited time on the Xbox One, those who pre-order Dark Souls III will be able to get Dark Souls free through the Xbox 360 Backwards Compatibility.  This means those that haven’t had the experience of Dark Souls can now get it within 7-10 days through the Xbox Message Center once pre-ordered. For those that do pre-order, you can redeem the code through your Xbox One console or at https://xbox.com/redeemcode. For Backward Compatibility information, https://xbox.com/xbox-one/backward-compatibility.


For those that Pre-Order on PlayStation 4, you will receive a digital version of the game soundtrack as well as a pre-order theme for the PlayStation 4 itself. For those that want to access their soundtrack, it’ll be available starting April 12, 2016. For Steam owners, you will receive the official soundtrack, and for those that already own Dark Souls and Dark Souls II, you will receive $5 USD discount towards your copy of Dark Souls III.

For those wanting the digital Deluxe Edition of the game, you can pre-order it through any of the three platforms. The Deluxe Edition will run for 84.99 USD and will receive the pre-order bonuses listed as well as the Dark Souls III Season Pass, which will expand the games world at a later date.

Will you be able to survive the horrors that await starting Mach 24th, 2016?

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