Nintendo Switch owners who want a physical copy of Undertale can now go ahead and call dibs. Fangamer has opened pre-orders for the standard and collector’s edition versions of the game. The standard version is $29, while the collector’s edition is $69. This comes at the same time as the reveal from creator Toby Fox that the game will launch on the Nintendo Switch in all regions in September 2018
Previously, the Japanese standard and collector’s editions of Undertale appeared on Fangamer earlier in August 2018. They are mostly similar. The US Undertale Collector’s Edition includes the same two-CD soundtrack with over 100 songs, a booklet with sheet music for six songs from the game, a brass music box locket that has 14k gold plating on it, a slipcase, and a 24-page story booklet with Temmie Chang illustrations. However, only the Japanese version of the LE includes Annoying Dog fortune slips and microfiber cloth.
Undertale is heading to the Nintendo Switch worldwide in September 2018, with a September 15, 2018 release date in Japan. It is immediately available for the PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.