Drakengard 3 Collector’s Edition Now Available in Europe

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

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All the goodies without the exorbitant export price!

Looks like Square Enix is listening to their fans! After popular demand, the collector’s edition of Drakengard 3 will be available to European gamers exclusively on the Square Enix online store and the SE boutique in France. The Japanese voice-over content will be available as well.

Make sure to pre-order as soon as possible, as there are only 2000 copies being produced. It is also important to note that while all of the collector’s edition goodies will be available, no physical copy will be inside. Instead, a code to download the game on PSN will be provided.

The Collector’s Edition will include all of the following:

  • The Complete Prequel Novella (English text only)
  • Soundtrack Sampler Disc
  • Double-sided Collectible Poster
  • DLC Code for the Caim Costume, based on the protagonist of Drakengard
  • DLC Code for a prequel stage featuring Zero´s sister, One as a playable character
  • DLC Code for the Giant Baby Hat
  • DLC Code for Original Japanese Voice (10GB download required)

You can enjoy the collector’s edition and Zero’s riveting story for €69.99. Hurry and pre-order before they run out!

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