Hollow Knight is Finally Getting a Physical Release and Collector's Edition from Fangamer; Pre-Orders Now Open

After a previous deal fell through with Skybound, Hollow Knight is getting the physical release it deserves through Fangamer.

Ever since its release back in 2017–and more recently its debut on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One–Hollow Knight from developer Team Cherry has emerged as one of the most iconic indie games of the generation, and if you’re looking for a physical release worthy of the beautiful game itself, you can now thank Fangamer for making your dreams come true.

Fangamer announced that Hollow Knight will be getting its long-awaited physical release from the retailer (after Team Cherry previously tried to make one happen with Skybound), with pre-orders now open for both the standard physical release across PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC, followed by an elaborate Collector’s Edition that will make any fan of the beloved indie hit happy.

The standard physical release for Hollow Knight will run $29 for the PS4 and PC versions and $34 for the Nintendo Switch version, which includes the game, all four of its DLC packs, a game manual, and a fold-out map of Hallownest.

The next step up is the Collector’s Edition, which adds in a ton of additional bonuses and features for fans of Hollow Knight to enjoy at $64 for PS4/PC and $69 for the Nintendo Switch version. In addition to a physical copy and all of the previously-mentioned additions above, the Collector’s Edition also includes a special collector’s box, a metal brooch of The Knight with a stand, a 14-page comic book, four gold foil art prints, and a set of papercraft Hollow Knight toys for those that pre-order. The Nintendo Switch Collector’s Edition also includes a bonus cleaning cloth.

The physical and collector’s editions of Hollow Knight are available to pre-order now from Fangamer’s website, with each edition expected to ship on May 31, 2019. For a closer look at what’s in store from the Collector’s Edition of the game, you can look on below:

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Ryan Meitzler

Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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