Life is Strange Double Exposure Collectors Edition
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Life Is Strange: Double Exposure Collector’s Edition Has No Game

The Collector’s Edition of Life is Strange: Double Exposure will not contain the game. This is according to the Square Enix store page, where the edition can exclusively be bought.

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The Life is Strange: Double Exposure Collector’s Edition has appeared on the Square Enix store as an exclusive item. It features a range of items connected to the game. It contains:

  • 12” vinyl soundtrack containing 13 songs from the game.
  • 32-page hardcover artbook containing exclusive concept art.
  • 4 double-sided 12” artcards, featuring characters from the game.
  • A replica of the Owl Pin Max wears in the new game.

What it doesn’t contain is the game itself, meaning players will need to purchase it separately. The Collector’s Edition box is $59.99, which is slightly more than the game alone. Life is Strange: Double Exposure’s basic edition is currently available to pre-order for $49.99.

Life is Strange: Double Exposure was announced at the Xbox Games Showcase. It’s the latest game in the beloved Life is Strange franchise, bringing back original protagonist Max Caulfield. She is now older but still dealing with mysterious time-shifting powers. Her new story sees her trying to save the life of her friend Safi. Chloe, who also played a major role in the first game, is nowhere to be seen.

Life is Strange: Double Exposure will release for PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC on October 29, 2024. A Switch version has also been confirmed for an unknown release date.

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