Demon’s Souls Remake Digital Deluxe Edition Includes New Items

The new coming Demon’s Souls remake for PlayStation 5 is receiving a Digital Deluxe Edition that provides many brand-new products missing in the game’s original PS3 launch. Sony verified that the PS5 would be the only place to perform the much-anticipated remake, after inadvisedly launching the promo that stated that Demon’s Souls would also be accessible on PC.

Sharp-eyed fans previously indicated that the Demon’s Souls PS5 launch would include fascinating fresh items to the PS4 game. The Demon’s Souls pre-order page also noted an additional weapon called the Reaper Scythe, arriving for its users who requested the game before its launch. But that listing was immediately removed, and Sony didn’t confirm anything regarding that new items were arriving at the game or that it had a pre-order bonus.

Here’s the full list of extra contents for the Demon’s Souls Digital Deluxe Edition

  • Full game
  • Storied Warrior Soul
  • Red-Eye Knight Armor
  • Boletarian Royalty Armor
  • Ritual Blade
  • Renowned Warrior Soul
  • Legendary Hero Soul
  • Hoplite Shield
  • Ring of Longevity
  • Bearbug Grains
  • Large Hardstone Shard
  • Moonlight stone Shard
  • Phosphorescent Grains
  • Preservation Grains
  • Original soundtrack

The fighter and hero person instantly bestow a stockpile of Soul currency, so you will immediately update your appearance or purchase unique new gear if you choose the Digital Deluxe Edition. You have to keep it in mind that you don’t utilize them and then promptly die outwardly affecting your bloodstain, because it is still a Souls game, and you will be disconcerted.

The new items added in the Demon’s Souls special edition package probably look like they will give members a leg up, but they are not likely to be an access mode for the game. Demon’s Souls is a notoriously tricky game, even with a significant armor set. A considerable number of die-hard fans would see overpowered addition gear as a step too far. It is transparent that remake developer Bluepoint is creating a few modifications to the game from early research footage, but everything shown so far looks exceptionally committed to the primary one. One bonus that even purists could likely get behind is restoring content that FromSoftware cut from the initial release. Still, neither Sony nor Bluepoint has even hinted that that will happen.

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