Undertale for Switch has been a long time coming, but patient Nintendo fans will get what they waited for—plus more, if they’re willing to shell out some extra cash. The Switch version of the cult-classic will have a special collector’s edition that includes several goodies, which will ship in September for a retail price of $69, a number that is not significant or funny in any way.
The collector’s edition, exlcusive to Fangamer, will be the same for the PS4 and Vita release of the game, and will include the complete soundtrack, a sheet music booklet featuring annotations by creator Toby Fox, a “14k gold-plated brass music box locket,” a “sturdy matchbox-style collector’s box,” and standard edition copy of Undertale.
Both standard and collector’s edition will also come with a 24-page booklet illustrated by Undertale artist Temmie Chang. Meanwhile, the physical standard edition of the game will cost $29 for the uninitiated. Any fans of the indie hit who are looking to double dip by purchasing the Switch version may want to consider this collector’s edition, as it contains everything hardcore fan might want.
The exact September date for the Switch release has yet to be confirmed, but Undertale is already available to play on PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, and the Vita. Read our editorial on the game’s trophies here.
UNDERTALE for Nintendo Switch preorders are open now: https://t.co/Qy0ABtndiu
(To celebrate the upcoming launch we’re also putting nearly every item in our UNDERTALE collection on sale!) pic.twitter.com/xzP4BinEkO
— Fangamer (@Fangamer) August 13, 2018