Nintendo is really getting into the collector's edition market. First a Samus-themed 3DS, now this? Both Fire Emblem Warriors and Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon will be getting special edition releases, a two pack for the latter. Arriving on October 20th for $79.99, Fire Emblem Warriors sadly only gets the special edition with the Switch version, but it comes with 3 soundtrack CDs, character art cards and a dual-sided poster.
Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon comes in the Veteran Trainer's Dual Pack, which includes both games, 16 art cards and a download code for 200 bonus pokeballs. That package arrives November 17th and will again run you $79.99. Check out images of both collector's bundles below.
Fans Can Pick Up Both This Fall
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- During the GameStop Expo in Las Vegas, Nintendo announced a special edition of the Fire Emblem Warriors game for the Nintendo Switch system and a dual pack of the Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon games for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Both will be available this fall in the Americas, and will come with a variety of items sure to provide game fans with lots of additional entertainment.
During the GameStop Expo in Las Vegas, Nintendo announced a special edition of the Fire Emblem Warriors game for the Nintendo Switch system. (Graphic: Business Wire)
“The incredible fans of the Fire Emblem and Pokémon franchises not only love the games themselves, but also the features behind the games,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “These special versions are great options for dedicated fans who want to enjoy all facets of their favorite series, from amazing gameplay to bonus artwork.”
The details are as follows:
Fire Emblem Warriors Special Edition
This special edition comes with the Nintendo Switch game, plus three CDs with music from the game. Fans also will receive character art cards on 5-by-7-inch premium card stock, and a slip case to hold the cards. Finally, the special edition will come with a dual-sided poster showing the first Fire Emblem games the characters appeared in. One side of the poster will be in English, while the other will be in Japanese. The special edition for Nintendo Switch goes on sale Oct. 20 at a suggested retail price of $79.99, the same day the game launches for the Nintendo Switch and New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL and New Nintendo 2DS XL systems. For more information about Fire Emblem Warriors, visit http://fireemblemwarriors.
Pokémon Ultra Sun & Pokémon Ultra Moon Veteran Trainer’s Dual Pack
This dual pack, which will be available at select retailers, includes both the Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon games for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, as well as 16 art cards. Fans also will receive a digital download card for 200 Poké Balls. This special dual pack goes on sale Nov. 17 at a suggested retail price of $79.99. For more information about Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon, visit http://pokemon.com/
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