The brutal souls-like RPG Lords of the Fallen is set to release on October 13, and preorders are now available at multiple online retailers. Fans can secure standard or deluxe copies of the game in digital or physical formats for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S right now, and you’ll even snag a few preorder bonuses if you buy your copy ahead of release.
The exact pre-purchase goodies you get depend on where you buy, so let’s go over every version of this new Lords of the Fallen title, where you can preorder, and what sort of bonuses you get along with the game.
Lords of the Fallen preorder bonuses
All Lords of the Fallen preorders include a special digital bonus pack with three armor color tints and a bundle of in-game consumables. These items are included with standard and deluxe editions of the game.
Additionally, Best Buy preorders also include a free steelbook case for physical copies of the standard and deluxe editions.
Preorder Lords of the Fallen standard edition
The Lords of the Fallen standard edition includes the base game, plus all the applicable preorder items listed above. You can preorder physical versions at Best Buy, or secure your digital copy at Steam, the PlayStation Store, or the Microsoft Store.
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Preorder Lords of the Fallen deluxe edition
If you want to go all-in on the new Lords of the Fallen, the $80 deluxe edition includes the base game plus several bonuses, including a 100-page artbook (included as a download for the digital versions), digital soundtrack, a 3D model viewer, and exclusive in-game items like the Dark Crusader starting class and armor set, the Isaac’s Longsword weapon, Paladin’s Pendant item, and Holy Light explosives. The Lord of the Fallen deluxe edition is available in physical and digital formats for PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PS5.
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We’re very curious about Lord of the Fallen, which is a reboot of Deck13’s challenging souls-like from 2014, also titled Lords of the Fallen. This new version, developed by HexWorks, retains the original’s action-RPG structure but features a darker world and art style, more challenging combat, and even detective elements. That sounds like a pretty bold new direction compared to the bland setting and gameplay of the original. You can read more about Lords of the Fallen in our latest hands-on preview,
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