Dark Souls III Digital Pre Orders Now Live; Here’s What Your Pre Order Will Get You

Bandai Entertainment America today unveiled their digital pre-order offers for Dark Souls III on STEAM, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The latest title in the series, Dark Souls III serves up its trademark sword and sorcery combat as players travel across a vast and twisted interconnected world full of unrelenting challenge and rewarding action-RPG gameplay. The details below show what pre-ordering across the three platforms will get you.

Xbox One

For a limited time, digitally pre-order Dark Souls III on the Xbox Store and get Dark Souls playable for Xbox 360 now and later on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility. The code for Dark Souls will be delivered to your Xbox message center in 7-10 days. For Backward Compatibility information, click here.


PlayStation 4

Purchase a digital pre-order through the PlayStation Store on the PlayStation 4 system and receive a digital version of the Dark Souls III Official Soundtrack and an exclusive pre-order theme for your PlayStation 4 system. Access to the soundtrack will be available on April 12, 2016.


Purchase a pre-order of Dark Souls III to receive a digital version of the Dark Souls III Official Soundtrack. STEAM players who already own Dark Souls and Dark Souls II in their STEAM Library will receive a $5.00 discount towards their pre-order of Dark Souls III.


A digital Deluxe Edition of Dark Souls III is also available for pre-order through all three platforms. Pre-order the Dark Souls III Deluxe Edition for $84.99 to receive the pre-order bonuses listed above along with an additional Dark Souls III exclusive theme for the PlayStation 4 system and access to Dark Souls III Season Pass content that will expand the Dark Souls III gameplay when it becomes available at a later date.

Dark Souls III launches on March 24th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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