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Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Preorder Bonus Includes Unreleased Art and Music

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Great Ace Attorney Preorder Bonus

Preorders for  The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles have begun and will include unreleased bonus art and music from The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve. The preorder bonuses for Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will apply to global digital preorders, as well as early physical Switch purchases in North America. Pre-orders are currently available for Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam. The game will cost $39.99.

To receive these bonuses through digital purchase, consumers must pre-order the game for the PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch by August 31, 2021, or via Steam by September 1, 2021. Physical copies of the Nintendo Switch version will include a download code. However, it’s important to note that the bonus content “may become available separately at a later date.”

The announcement tweet also included a sneak peak at some of the music included as pre-order bonuses. Notably, these included several tracks that were scrapped from the original release of The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve. Included with the tracks are comments from Yasumasa Kitagawa, the composer who worked on The Great Ace Attorney series.

Similarly, bonus art will include unreleased character design sketches and references alongside commentary from art director Kazuya Nuri. This also includes newly commissioned art from Nuri. The bonus art and soundtracks can be found on the official Ace Attorney pre-order site. A total of 25 art pieces and 29 music tracks are included as pre-order bonuses and will be accessible through the game’s “Special Contents” menu.

You can check out some of the bonus art and music below:

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is currently available for pre-order for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The game will be released on July 27, 2021, and costs $39.99.

Andrew Kiya
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