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Deathloop Editions for PC and PS5 Revealed; Standard and Deluxe

Deathloop Editions
Deathloop

Arkane Studios are back with another first-person action-adventure game, called Deathloop. Published by Bethesda, and coming to both PC and PS5, Deathloop is shaping up to be another ambitious title from the French developers. Though the game has been pushed to next year, fans should be excited to know, that they can now pre-purchase it for both platforms. If you are unsure about which one of the Deathloop editions you should get, here is our complete guide for it.

Additionally, if you want to check out what bonus content you get for pre-ordering only, you can head over to our detailed pre-order guide for Deathloop as well. Unlike the Dishonored series, Deathloop gives the impression of a more action-oriented game, with a looped design, and area. There is an optional multiplayer mode that allows players to take on the role of the antagonist as well.

Deathloop Editions

There are a total of two editions you can purchase on PC or PS5, the Standard and the Deluxe.

Deathloop Standard Edition

The standard edition comes with the base game, and nothing else. You can get the pre-order bonus content for it, and you can read about that here. This is the same for both the PC and PS5 versions.

Check out the box art for both versions below.

Price: $60

Deathloop Deluxe Edition

This versions comes with a bunch of extra goodies, including the following.

  • Base Game
  • Unique Weapon: Eat The Rich Tribunal
  • Unique Weapon: .44 Karat Fourpounder
  • Original Game Soundtrack Selections
  • Unique Weapon: Transtar Trencher (PS5 Exclusive)
  • Two Trinkets (equippable buffs)
  • Unique Character Skin: “Party Crasher” Colt
  • Unique Character Skin: “Sharp Shooter” Julianna
Deathloop Editions
Deathloop Deluxe Edition

Check out the box art for this edition below.

Price: $80

You can pre-order it now from the links below.

For $20 extra, you are getting a decent amount of extra content, but keep in mind that these are all weapons, cosmetics, and items that you most likely can earn in-game anyway. It’s probably best to save the $20 and go for the Standard edition.

What do you think about the Deathloop editions? Let us know in the comments below and share your thoughts.

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