Multiple Premium Editions For Biomutant Announced By THQ Nordic

The publisher loves their special editions.
An Atomic Edition and Collector's Edition for Biomutant has been announced by THQ Nordic.
An Atomic Edition and Collector's Edition for Biomutant has been announced by THQ Nordic. THQ Nordic

While the third-person, open-world, post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu action RPG Biomutant still does not have a release date, the marketing for it isn’t dialing back anytime soon. THQ Nordic recently announced that the game will be making a return to Gamescom this year, two years after it was initially announced at the same event, during Gamescom 2017 at the Koelmnesse in Germany.

In addition to this, and in typical fashion of THQ Nordic, the publisher has also released details of two very special and premium editions for Biomutant, both of which are now available for pre-order for those who want physical bonuses for this highly-anticipated title. Check them both out below, with their respective trailers.

The first and less glamorous of the two is your typical Collector’s Edition, which will cost $119.99 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC versions. This package comes with a copy of Biomutant for the platform of your choosing, a figurine of the game’s protagonist, – which, crazily enough, we still don’t know the name of yet – artwork of the game on A1-sized fabric and Biomutant’s official soundtrack on disc. The entire package also comes inside a premium box, which features the game’s banner.

The second one is the more exclusive, and as such it’s not surprising that it will set you back a whopping $399.99. Called the Atomic Edition, this special premium edition comes with a copy of Biomutant on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC, a high-detail diorama featuring the game’s protagonist clashing with another character (standing at 12 inches), a Steelbook for the game, a Biomutant shirt that comes in either Large or Extra Large, an oversized mousepad measuring 31” by 14”, Biomutant artwork on A1-sized fabric, and the game’s official soundtrack. It also comes in a more premium and bigger box than the Collector’s Edition, and also features a different set of art.

You can pre-order both editions of Biomutant on the game’s website here. Despite how cool they are, though, I’d wait until the game’s showcase at Gamescom later this month to make a more informed decision.

Biomutant will be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, with a release date yet to be announced.

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