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Cuddle Hestia With the Danmachi Infinite Combate Collector’s Edition

Danmachi Infinite Combate

European fans of Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?also known as Danmachi–can celebrate, as Danmachi Infinite Combate is getting a collector’s edition. Rice Digital announced the physical offering. It also confirmed that this particular pack would be exclusive to Rice Digital buyers.

The pack, pictured below, contains the game alongside a collection of exclusive merchandise, including:

  • A Double-Sided Hestia pillowcase
  • A 100-page art book
  • An Original Soundtrack CD
  • 6 Art Cards (Rice Digital plans a round of voting to allow fans to pick which cards will be included)

Danmachi Collector's Edition pack shot

Developed by MAGES, Danmachi Infinite Combate is a dungeon-crawling RPG based on the anime series of the same name. The story takes place in the world of Orario, where the gods have descended to live among the humans and formed groups of adventurers called “Familia” in order to explore a mysterious complex called the “Dungeon.” Bell Cranel is a young rookie adventurer and the sole member of the goddess Hestia’s Familia. His adventures and encounters form the core of the main series. A spin-off series called Sword Oratoria follows Ais Wallenstein, a top-tier adventurer nicknamed the “Sword Princess,” and shows events in the main story from her perspective. Danmachi Infinite Combate will allow players to replay the main story while playing as either Bell or Ais. Events following the core story, as well as game-exclusive side stories and character episodes, can be experienced.

After years of delays, Is It Wrong To Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite Combate will release early in 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The Rice Digital Collector’s Edition is available for the console editions from Funstock, and is priced at GBP 79.99.

Josh Tolentino
Josh Tolentino helped run Japanator as Managing Editor since 2012, before it and Siliconera teamed up. That said, it's been years since he watched enough anime to keep his otaku license valid. Maybe one day he'll see enough of a given season to pretend to know what's hot. Until then, it's Star Trek reruns, gacha games, and bylines at Destructoid and GameCritics.