We’re in the final stretch of the release of Dark Souls: Remastered and with that Steam will be removing Dark Souls Prepare to Die Edition from its storefront.

I’ve already written a lengthy article on why I’m absolutely hyped about the remaster of original Dark Souls and we are now getting close to that final day when I’ll be able to sink back into the world of Lordran, this time time with a fancy graphics upgrade and some Dark Souls III-inspired updates.

But before that happens, Steam is pulling the original Dark Souls. Today is the last day you’ll be able to acquire the original Dark Souls via Steam. Now of course, it’s still going to be available on our site (because we’re cool like that) until we’re out of stock, and owning the game will give you the 50% discount on Dark Souls: Remastered (though no idea how long that will last).

In the end it’s probably just something you want to do if you’re an avid collector of Dark Souls titles and think Hideata Miyazaki is the second coming of Jesus like I do. I’m exaggerating for comedic effect of course. We all know Jesus was the first coming of Hidetaka Miyazaki. He is the Dark Souls of Jesus.