The Elden Ring Launch Edition Is Pretty Good For The Price

Elden Ring Launch Edition gives you some nice collectable items to look at while you die constantly in the game

Elden Ring Launch Edition

Elden Ring is a game that I will probably struggle to play, simply because it will be too difficult. I no doubt will try and play it, get frustrated, leave it for a while then come back to it and do a little bit better.

With Horizon Forbidden West still beckoning to be played (I’m probably less than halfway through the story) it does look like Elden Ring will be taking a back seat for a while. I will probably create a character and level up a bit, but I won’t be devoting much time to it until I have the platinum trophy for Horizon Forbidden West.

But while I wait on Elden RIng installing on my PS5, I thought I would share with you what’s inside the launch edition for the most highly anticipated game since Cyberpunk 2077.

Elden RIng launch edition promo

What’s inside Elden Ring’s launch Edition?

I have to admit, I do like these new packages that games publishers are using to package certain editions of their games. The Elden Ring Launch Edition comes packaged in a glossy cardboard sleeve emblazoned with the game artwork. Inside the sleeve are the PS5 game disc box and a glossy card envelope containing the collectable goodies.

Inside the Launch Edition you get:

  • The full game in it’s case
  • a small poster
  • stickers
  • a sew on patch
  • some postcards

The only thing that the Launch Edition doesn’t have is a SteelBook game case. Considering I paid £80 for the Horizon Forbidden West Special Edition, the £44.95 I paid for Elden RIng’s Launch Edition seems not too bad at all. Although I don’t regret buying the Horizon Forbidden West Special Edition, it is rather nice.

I am definitely impressed with the Elden RIng Launch Edition. Not only do you get what should be a pretty fantastic, albeit very hard open-world game, you also get a ton of other stuff with it. ALl this for only £44.95 from Amazon. Bargain.

Elden Ring is out now for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.