Ori Collector’s Edition Physical Set Announced For Nintendo Switch
Ori and the Blind Forest as well as Ori and the Will of the Wisps are two highly beloved games from Moon Studios, blending emotional storytelling and beautiful visuals with metroidvania-style gameplay and mechanics. Now, it’s been announced that the games are getting a new Collector’s Edition physical set for Nintendo Switch.
Online retailer iam8bit took to social media to announce the Ori Collector’s Edition for Nintendo Switch. Now available for pre-order, the set runs for $149.99 and features physical copies of both games in the series along with tons of goodies for Ori fans. Said goodies include a premium “transforming” display box with a glow-in-the-dark finish, an art card set, a field guide, glow-in-the-dark pin, and more.
NOW available for pre-order! 💫
Experience the MAJESTY and BEAUTY of Ori, brought to life through our amazing Collector’s Edition for Nintendo Switch. Take a look inside. 👀
— iam8bit (@iam8bit) July 29, 2021
Here’s the full list of what’s included in the collector’s edition set:
- Premium “Transforming” Display Box with Glow-in-the-Dark Finish
- Majestic Stained Glass style Art Piece
- “The Flora & Fauna of Ori” Field Guide
- Sketchbook Zine, featuring rarely seen production art
- Collectible Art Card Set
- Hard Enamel, Glow-in-the-Dark Pin
- Digital Download Cards for Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps soundtracks by composer Gareth Coker
- Physical Editions of Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Ori and the Blind Forest, featuring Exclusive, Reversible Cover Art (Region Free – Worldwide Compatibility)
The Ori Collector’s Edition physical set is slated to ship in Q4 2021. Those looking to pre-order can do so right here.
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