Square Enix has listened to the fans (!) and are now announcing that they'll be releasing a Drakengard 3 collector's edition in Europe.
Surprisingly, the collectors' edition does not include a physical version of the game but a PSN download code. The lack of a physical release in Europe was one of the main things that triggered the flood of fan complaints in the first place so my guess is that they won't be 100% satisfied by this release either.
The Collector’s Edition will be available exclusively from the Square Enix Store (and the SE boutique for France) - but it’s a very limited run. In fact there are only 2,000 of them in total (priced €69.99), so fans that are interested might want to hurry up and order a copy.
Drakengard 3 has already been released in Japan and its coming out on May 20th in North America and on May 21st in Europe.
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