Deponia Collection getting a physical release on Switch, collector’s edition planned
Super Rare Games today announced its next physical game for Switch, which will be the graphic adventure series Deponia Collection. Not only will the package be available as a standalone release, but Super Rare Games is planning a collector’s edition as well.
The Deponia Collection Collector’s Edition includes a 208 page hardcover art book, a soundtrack CD, a full set of trading cards (including a guaranteed holographic), a sticker sheet, and the standard game case with all four games on cart, a logo sticker, and a collector’s box. Only 1,000 copies will be made.
Again, Deponia Collection will also be offered as a standalone copy without the extra bells and whistles. 3,000 regular units will be produced.
Pre-orders for the Deponia Collection open on September 16 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 6 PM in the UK / 7 PM in Europe. Super Rare Games will be taking reservations here.
Deponia already has a strong presence on Switch with its various games having been distributed through the eShop. Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, Goodbye Deponia, and Deponia Doomsday are all currently available digitally.
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