Spiritfarer Rides to Retail on July 27th for PS5, Nintendo Switch

Spiritfarer will be getting a second later this summer as the game will bag a physical release for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

iam8bit, Thunder Lotus Games, and Skybound Games have announced today that Spiritfarer will be getting a physical edition on PS4 and Nintendo Switch on July 27th, with the PS4 version retailing at $29.99/€29.99 and the Switch version going for $34.99/€34.99. Retailers begin taking pre-orders today.

So, why get the physical edition? Maybe you’re a bit of a Luddite and you don’t fancy the digital future? Or maybe you’re a massive fan of the game and just want more Spiritfarer in your life. Each to their own. If you do get the physical editions, you’ll get a 96-page digital art book, six postcard and sticker stamps with exotic locations from the game, as well as a digital download for the game’s soundtrack.

“We are honored to be working with Thunder Lotus Games to bring Spiritfarer to physical, giving even more gamers an opportunity to enjoy and cherish it,” said Jon Gibson and Amanda White, co-owners of iam8bit. “Spiritfarer is a beautiful game both visually and narratively, which has made collaborating with Thunder Lotus to create memorable physical and collector’s edition bonus content a real treat. We can’t wait to share what we’ve got in store with Spiritfarer fans.”

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“It’s been an immense pleasure to collaborate with iam8bit on Spiritfarer’s physical editions,” said Spiritfarer’s Creative Director Nicolas Guérin. “Spiritfarer is a special game which means the world to our team, and to finally be able to hold such a passion project in our hands is so satisfying and heartwarming! I hope these physical editions find their way straight into our fans’ hearts, as the Spirits in Spiritfarer did.”

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