An Epic Look Inside the Dark Souls II Collector’s Edition


Unboxing videos? Pffft. Unboxing videos are so old hat. This is no ordinary unboxing video with some PR guy or kid in his bedroom gleefully opening their new game and smelling the freshly packed goods. This is a professionally produced trailer giving an early tease of what comes inside the Dark Souls II collector’s edition, complete with sweeping camera shots, foreboding music and an ambient stage setting of fog, dim lighting and rocky display pieces.

If you missed the initial collector’s edition reveal last year and just want to know what’s inside the box without sitting through a video, here you go:

• Collectible Metal Case — The collectible case has a unique Warrior Knight art graphic on it that will only be found on the Black Armor Edition.

• Original Game Soundtrack – The Original Game Soundtrack is composed by Motoi Sakuraba, who composed the full score for the 2011 hit Dark Souls as well.

• Premium quality 12 inch tall Warrior Knight figurine – Made from solid PVC weighing nearly 16 full ounces packed inside a custom printed display box with transparent window.

• Exclusive hardbound artbook – Filled with never-seen-before images from the game developer

• Sizable full-color microfiber game map

Pre-orders are available now at Amazon, Club Namco, GameStop and EB Games CA for $119.99.

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