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Elden Ring: Standard Edition vs Deluxe Edition vs Collector’s Edition

As Elden Ring draws near, players may be inching closer to pulling the trigger a pre-ordering a copy. Here’s everything you need to know about each edition and which one may be best for you.

Elden Ring is finally upon us. A day that many have dreamed about is only one week away. This means that if you’re looking to pre-order a copy of Elden Ring to take advantage of all the pre-order bonuses that come with it, you need to do so soon.

Every edition of Elden Ring features different bonuses and items that come with. As you progress from the base Standard Edition to the more lavish Collector’s Edition, you will notice plenty of differences.

Here’s every Elden Ring Edition and the differences between the Standard, Deluxe, and Collector’s versions of it.

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Every Elden Ring Edition Available to Pre-Order

Elden Ring has a total of four different versions that are available for players to pre-order prior to its upcoming release. There is the Standard Edition, Deluxe Edition, Collector’s Edition, and the highly coveted Premium Collector’s Edition.

Every edition will come with the current pre-order bonus if bought before the game’s release which includes:

  • Adventure Guide
    • Contains useful information for the player’s adventures in the Lands Between.
  • Bonus Gesture
    • This is a gesture that can be used in-game.

For everything else here’s a break down of every Edition and what it offers.

Standard Edition

Elden Ring Leak Reveals Full Intro Cinematic

The Standard Edition of Elden Ring is the most basic version of the game that players can currently pre-order. It includes a base copy of the Elden Ring game, an adventure guide, and a bonus gesture.

This edition of the game is the cheapest version of the game and will cost players $59.99. Players looking to simply enjoy the story of Elden Ring and not much else should opt into this edition.

Deluxe Edition

Elden Ring Deluxe Edition
Bandai Namco

The Deluxe Edition of Elden Ring comes with a few extra bonuses for players. It includes everything in the Standard Edition, a Digital Artbook, and a digital copy of Elden Ring’s Original Soundtrack.

This edition of the game is a little higher in cost at $79.99. For players that enjoy looking through the art of how games are made and having a copy of their OST, this is a must buy. But players that aren’t too interested in the digital bonuses are better off just purchasing the Standard Edition.

Collector’s Edition

Elden Ring Collectors Edition
Bandai Namco

The Collector’s Edition of Elden Ring is where the versions really start to differ. Here’s everything that it actually comes with:

  • Physical copy of the Elden Ring game
  • 9-inch statue of Malenia – Blade of Miquella
  • Exclusive Elden Ring SteelBook
  • 40-page hardcover art book
  • Digital Soundtrack

So you’re getting quite a lot with this Edition. The statue itself should be enough to entice any collector, but the Steel Book and Hardcover Art Book are the icing on the cake. The Collector’s Edition of Elden Ring will cost players $189.99.

Premium Collector’s Edition

Elden Ring Premium Collectors Edition
Bandai Namco

Yes, there’s one more edition of Elden Ring. This one is special though. The Premium Collector’s Edition of Elden Ring is intended for die-hard fans of Soulslike games that want to have a piece of memorabilia they can brag about for ages.

It includes everything in the original Collector’s Edition and an official 1:1 scale replica of Malenia’s helmet. But it will cost players quite a bit more.

The Premium Collector’s Edition will cost players $259.99.

Elden Ring Trailer
FromSoftware

Elden Ring is only a week away and making waves across the gaming community. It is looking to be one of the biggest games of the year.

Players eager to hop in on PC should check a look at the official PC requirements to make sure they run Elden Ring at its absolute best.

Also, don’t forget to find out which starting class is best for you before hopping into the world of Elden Ring.

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