Visions of Mana Release Date
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Visions of Mana Release Date and Collector’s Edition Revealed

Square Enix announced the release date for Visions of Mana. In addition, the publisher has revealed details about the contents of the Collector’s Edition.

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The Visions of Mana release date is August 29, 2024, and it will be released for the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Pre-orders are available now. As well as the release date, Square Enix confirmed the contents of the Visions of Mana Collector’s Edition. This is available exclusively from the Square Enix online store as part of a pre-order.

The Collector’s Edition box will contain the following items:

  • Plush of the Sacred Beast Ramcoh
  • Hardcover art book featuring concept art, storyboards and other artwork
  • A 5-CD soundtrack, featuring a bonus arrangement disc containing 5 exclusive remixes

The game will not be packaged in the Collector’s Edition box, but will be shipped alongside any purchase. There are also two digital pre-order bonuses included, such as an outfit for Val and a “Starter Pack” that players can use to boost their experience early on.

Visions of Mana was first announced at The Game Awards 2023, and Square Enix confirmed a summer release window at the 2024 Xbox Developer Direct. It’s the latest game in the long-running Mana series, and the first mainline game in over 15 years.

Visions of Mana will release for PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC on August 29, 2024.

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