The Dark Souls Trilogy, a collection of all three games in the series, bizarrely skipped Europe when it was first released, but it’s finally on the way. Listing for the Dark Souls Trilogy popped up on Amazon ahead of Bandai Nacmo’s announcement. The publisher has now confirmed the standard edition will be release in Europe on March 1. Original story follows. Original Dark Souls Trilogy was initially a Japan-only bundle, but Namco later announced a version for North America, and Asia. The publisher was quick to clarify that Europe won’t be getting the collection, at least at its October launch. Now, it appears Namco may have changed its mind, as listings for Dark Souls Trilogy have popped up on Amazon Germany, and Amazon Spain. The pages were first spotted by ResetEra, and they all list March 1 as the release date, which isn’t that far off. The collection comes with Dark Souls Remastered, Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin, and Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition. In other words, all three games and their associated DLC content are bundled into one package for PS4, and Xbox One. The listings appear official enough, but Namco has yet to make an announcement. Considering the listed launch date, this is probably going to happen soon. We’ll keep you updated.