PS4/Vita’s Atelier Sophie’s Preorder Bonuses and Limited Edition Showcased; New Trailers/Screenshots

on April 14, 2016 10:35 AM

Atelier Sophie: Alchemist of the Mysterious Book is still months away from its June 7, 2016 release date for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, however today we know about upcoming pre-order bonuses following a Koei Tecmo press release. According to that release, players who pre-order the game in Europe will be able to snag the following, based on what retailer you go to:

  • Amazon – In-game background music pack and two Atelier Sophie themes for PlayStation 4.
  • Independent retailers – A pack consisting of background music, the Doll Making costume “Aqua Suit,” a five-piece set of useful materials and items, and a theme for PlayStation 4.
  • PlayStation Store (first month of release) – Two Atelier Sophie themes, as well as an in-game bundle of useful items boosting their attack (uni bag), Hit Points (sweets), or Mental Points (sotea).

Additionally, NIS America has announced a $99 Limited Edition bundle (as in the gallery seen below) containing the following:

  • Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book for PS4™
  • Full-color, 48-page hardcover art book
  • 2-Disc, 38-track original soundtrack with jewel case
  • Cloth poster (40″x26″)
  • 5 Mini art prints (5″x7″)
  • Collector’s box (Includes all the above)

It’s worth noting that the limited edition is only available for PlayStation 4 — if you were planning on grabbing the Vita version, you are out of luck.

Atelier Sophie: Alchemist of the Mysterious Book launches in North America on June 7, 2016 and in Europe on June 10, 2016 — hopefully North America players will be able to score the same pre-order bonuses. Check out the trailers, screenshots (featuring the new weather and time system), and photos of the limited edition collection below:

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