A couple of weeks ago, news broke that Undertale would be hitting Japanese shelves this September, alongside a lovely Collector's Edition for good measure. It has now been confirmed that western territories will also be getting the game, and its additional box of goodies, in the same month.
Yes, the indie RPG will be available both digitally and physically, with all physical versions of the game being sold exclusively through merchandise site Fangamer. You can grab a standard edition for $29 (approx. £23), or the Collector's Edition for $69 (approx. £54). The collector's edition (which you can see above) contains the following items:
- The complete UNDERTALE soundtrack: Over 100 songs on 2 CDs
-UNDERTALE sheet music booklet featuring six songs with annotations by Toby Fox
- A 14k gold-plated brass music box locket
- A sturdy matchbox-style collector’s box
-A standard edition copy of UNDERTALE
- A 24-page storybooklet illustrated by Temmie Chang (which also comes with the standard edition)
On top of all this, Fangamer is also selling a range of Undertale merchandise for your consideration. If you're interested, you can check out all of the products here - you have until 28th August to snap up your favourites.
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