Bandai Namco revealed all of the different Tales of Arise special editions that will be available in the west for people who might want a digital deluxe or collector’s edition. There will be three variants available. Digital Deluxe and Digital Ultimate Editions will be universal releases. Meanwhile, the North American Collector’s Edition with statue also showed up. There will also be special costumes and recipes available as pre-order bonuses.
First, the pre-order bonuses only apply to four kinds of food and special costumes for Alphen and Shionne. The two heroes will each get matching outfits that give them a half of one pair of wings. There will be four extra sorts of food you can make if you pre-order Tales of Arise too.
Both the Tales of Arise digital special editions involve extra costumes and item packs. Should someone go with the Digital Deluxe Edition, they will get a Premium Costume Pack with outfits for eight party members and six different sorts of accessories. People will also get the Premium Travel Pack that makes shop items cheaper and characters better cooks and Premium Item Pack with food to eat, gald to spend, and items to use. The Digital Ultimate Edition builds on that by including everything from the Deluxe Edition and adding three Collaboration Costumes, the six School Life costumes, the six Beach Time costumes, and the six Warring States costumes.
As for the Tales of Arise Collector’s Edition, it will only be available through the Bandai Namco Store for $189.99. People get a copy of the game and a Steelbook case for it. There is also a seven inch tall figure of Alphen and Shionne together. A 64-page art book and soundtrack CD are packed in the box as well.
The English version of the new trailer is also available now.
Tales of Arise will come to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X in Japan on September 9, 2021, followed by a September 10, 2021 worldwide and PC launch.