Days Gone Collector’s Edition and Pre-Order Bonuses Announced
Sony has lifted the veil on the different editions of Days Gone that will be available come its launch in April.
Today, Sony and Bend Studio finally revealed more details on the upcoming release of Days Gone, specifically dealing with the extra goodies that you’ll get for pre-ordering the game along with also announcing a few various editions.
For starters, pre-ordering Days Gone at any retailer (or digitally) will next you an in-game unlock for the Drifter Crossbow. You’ll also receive other additional upgrades for your motorcycle’s gas tank, nitrous, and shroud, all of which are said to help you out more early in the game. Additionally, those who pre-order through the PlayStation Store will get a new dynamic theme featuring the sawmill from Days Gone’s original gameplay reveal. That theme will become available to you the moment you pre-order the game.
The attached video below shows off all of these pre-order bonuses in further detail.
As for new editions of Days Gone, Sony announced two in particular. The first is the Digital Deluxe Edition, which will only be available digitally (duh) and will come with a digital artbook, digital soundtrack, three bike skins, and an extra skill unlock and theme.
Next up is the Collector’s Edition, which will include everything that the Digital Deluxe version has, along with some extra physical swag. The most notable piece in this collection is that of a statue featuring the game’s protagonist Deacon St. John and his trusty bike. It’ll also come with some patches, six pins, four decals, a steel book case, a physical version of the soundtrack, and a mini artbook from Dark Horse Comics. This version will retail for $139.99.
To wrap all of today’s announcements up, Sony also released a new trailer for Days Gone which shows of the vastness and detail that is present within its open world. You can check this out at the bottom of the page if you’d like.
Days Gone is due out later this year on April 26, exclusively for PS4. If you’re interested in pre-ordering any of the different editions of Days Gone mentioned in this article, you should see them starting to appear online at your preferred retailer today.