The Deluxe Edition of Tunic is available for preorder, a physical edition that fans should not miss out on
After opening the pre-orders of the plush Huggable Tunic Fox available since last week, fan gamer has announced the opening of pre-orders for the Deluxe physical edition of Tunicavailable for Nintendo Switch e PlayStation 4. Given the success of the video game, the release of a physical edition was to be expected sooner or later.
Tunic: The contents of the Deluxe Edition
As we have already announced, the Deluxe Edition will be available (for now) exclusively on Nintendo Switch e PlayStation 4, however we do not exclude the release for other platforms later in time. Pre-orders of the physical edition can be made by following the official store link, the price is set at $45 to which any shipping costs will obviously be added, and will include the following contents:
- 1 Deluxe Tuck box with physical game (Nintendo Switch) or 1 physical game in case (PlayStation 4)
- 12 stickers
- 1 instruction booklet with controls and sketches
- 1 instruction booklet
- 1 Otherworld and Dungeon map
- 1 code to redeem the digital soundtrack
That’s not all, a new item has also been announced for stores in Europa and in the USAa hardcover edition of the manual (56 pages, 24×18 cm) will be available to those who register in Europa and for those placing pre-orders in the USA. Also included is a textured protective case designed by Jorge M. Velezat the selling price of around €24.
Considering the fairly modest price and considering the collectible value that the Deluxe Edition Of Tunic could acquire over time, we can only recommend its purchase to fans and to all those wishing to add a truly valuable and limited piece to display in their personal collection. The potential of any physical editions that could become limited edition pieces, such as the Monkey Island Anthology created for the 30th anniversary of Monkey Island.
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