Hyper Light Drifter Reveals Physical Switch Version With Pre-Orders Available Now

Hyper Light Drifter Reveals Physical Switch Version With Pre-Orders Available Now

Abylight Studio announced that fans of physical media can pre-order the physical version of Hyper Light Drifter – Special Edition on Nintendo Switch now.

The physical version will launch as a Collecter’s Set, which includes:

  • Game Card: the physical copy of Hyper Light Drifter – Special Edition.
  • Poster: A full colour illustration (51 x 31 cm).
  • Keychain: The Drifter’s Companion (4 cm).
  • Lenticular Card: A Rosetta Stone card to interpret the forgotten language of the land.
  • 2 CDs: The original soundtrack by Disasterpeace.
  • Sticker: Circular sticker (6 cm diameter).
  • Manual: A full-color booklet of 24 pages.
  • Inlay: A reversible cover with 2 design options.

Hyper Light Drifter – Special Edition on Switch will include all of the original content of the base game, along with exclusive content with a new outfit, 2 new weapons, and a new location with a challenge.

“Today, December 8th, 2020, we launch Abylight’s own online Shop. We launch it with one of the most wonderful games we’ve been lucky to work on: Hyper Light Drifter, all thanks to Alex Preston – Creative Director of Heart Machine – an amazing talent and generous person for letting us work on such a special project”, says Eva Gaspar, the CEO of Abylight.

“This Shop means a lot of things to Abylight and me personally. For Abylight it’s another step to be closer to the players while reinforcing another leg of the publishing branch. For me, a milestone long sought after that with lots of effort and continuous work, we’ll keep improving, perfecting and expanding”.

Hyper Light Drifter is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, and iOS and Android devices.

You can check out the physical edition below:

Hyper Light Drifter Special Edition

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