Today, Tobyfox – creator of Undertale – took to Twitter to announce that the hit-indie game Undertale will be receiving a special collector edition set.
The collector’s edition is partnered exclusively through Fangamer and it comes loaded with cool trinkets, and items from the game. Of course this will be a limited run so if you are interested in picking one up for yourself, I suggest you head over and pre-order now. Check out his Tweet down below:
As toby states in the tweet above, the 2015 hit-indie game is still without an exact release date for the Nintendo Switch. The game is certainly launching this September, but when exactly is still unknown. The collector edition will be priced at $69.99 for all consoles. Fangamer is also offering a standard physical version for $25. If you want to see the full list of what the collector edition includes check down below:
The Collector’s edition includes:
- The complete UNDERTALE soundtrack: Over 100 songs on 2 CDs
- UNDERTALE sheet music booklet featuring six songs with annotations by Toby Fox
- A 14k gold-plated brass music box locket
- A sturdy matchbox-style collector’s box
- A standard edition copy of UNDERTALE for PS4, PS Vita, or PC
Both the Collector’s and standard editions include:
- A 24-page storybooklet illustrated by Temmie Chang
Our new Nintendo Switch™ Collector’s Edition includes all the existing collector’s edition bonuses, plus a new slipcase.
Undertale is available now for PlayStation 4 & Vita and PC with the Switch version coming sometime this September. Are you excited for the new collector edition? Will you be picking it up? Let us know in the comments below!
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