Tekken 8's game director has reminded fans that the Premium Collector's Edition won't be restocked after it sells out.
We're just over a month away from the release of the next title in the fighting game series and preorders for the standard edition are already available, along with a Deluxe, Ultimate, and separate Premium Collector's Edition which features a gorgeous, electrified statue of Jin.
Like other collector's editions, Tekken 8's version won't be available to purchase after it's sold out completely, as it won't be reproduced again - a fact that game director Katsuhiro Harada has warned players of.
"FYI. This edition will sell out before launch and will not be reproduced," Harada said on Twitter.
If you're interested, you can head over to the official Bandai Namco store right now and preorder the Collector's edition for $299 (£269.99 / €279.99) for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, or PC via Steam.
Alongside the 25cm statue of Jin, the edition also comes with the game and steelbook, the Playable Character Year One Pass - which comes with four additional playable characters - as well as several avatar skins. You can check out the full details of Premium Collector's Edition below.
Tekken 8 Premium Collector's Edition content
- Tekken 8
- Playable Character Year 1 Pass - 4 additional playable characters - Avatar Skin: Kinjin
- Character Costume: Gold Suit Pack - 1 costume per each playable character (32 total)
- Avatar Costume: Classic TEKKEN T-Shirt Set - 32 designs
- Avatar-Skins: Kazuya Mishima, Jin Kazama und Jun Kazama
- Burning chain metal plate
- Corporation stickers
- Premium Box
- Special Face-Off Steelbook
- 8 x Glossy Collectible Cards
- Leroy Smith Metal Ring With Velvet Pouch
- Arcade Token (5cm)
- Exclusive Jin Electrified Figurine (25cm)
Tekken 8 Premium Collector's Edition - $299 at the Bandai Namco Store
This pricey collector's edition of Tekken 8 is sure to be tempting for the fighting series' hardcore fans, with a large figurine of Jin Kazama, as well as a steelbook, collectible cards and more. Fans can buy it with either the PS5, Xbox Series X|S or Steam version of the game, so you can choose whichever platform you prefer.
Tekken 8 is set to launch on January 26, 2024. In our preview, Kara Phillips praised the character introductions through cinematic cutscenes, alongside the game's visuals, and said the new Heat system is "one of the most significant additions to the game."
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