June 22nd, 2017

Bonus wang: Shadow Warrior pre-order bonuses detailed

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Shadow Warrior is out next month on Steam, GOG, Get Games, and the Humble Store, and each of these (except Get Games, for some reason) have their own pre-order bonuses. It’s almost like it’s a physical release, or something.

If you pre-order on Steam, you’ll get a Zilla Enterprises Z45 katana (in the game, obviously) and a 75% off coupon for “any current Devolver Digital game” or the rather-good-especially-as-it’s-now-been-patched Hard Reset. I’m not quite sure what “any current Devolver Digital game” means, though.

Meanwhile: if you pre-order on GOG, you’ll get a Classic Shadow Warrior katana (in the game, just as obviously), and if you pre-order on the Humble Store, you’ll get the game’s soundtrack. All three of these also offer 15% off the standard price, bringing it down from £29.99 to £25.49.

But wait, there’s more! There’s also a Steam-exclusive special edition for £39.99 (or £33.99, with the current 15% off pre-order price) which gives you the soundtrack, a digital artbook, the sledgehammer from Serious Sam 3, and the katana from Hotline Miami – the latter of which appears to retain all of its jaggy goodness. And, obviously, if you pre-order this you’ll also get the Zilla Enterprises katana and the 75% off voucher.

That’s a whole lot of ways to get hold of your Wang. Oh come on, you knew I’d have to make at least one Wang joke.

Shadow Warrior is due out on 26 September.

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