Capcom has presented the Complete Collector's Edition for Resident Evil: Village, but for this version you have to dig deep into your pockets. You can find out from us what makes them so expensive.
Resident Evil 8: Complete Collector‘s Edition – expensive fun
It looks like Capcom didn't reveal all of the surprises for Resident Evil: Village during the showcase event. The developer recently released the complete set of the Complete Collector's Edition in his Online store posed in Japan. Although this has a lot to offer, it is also very expensive.
The Complete Collector's Edition contains all the items from the normal Collector's Edition, plus three more: a set of 1: 6 scale miniatures of equipment, an illustrated book titled "Village of Shadows" and the buttonless Chester coat by Chris Redfield. Overall, Capcom would like to have 192,500 yen for it, which is about 1,530 euros corresponds.
According to the listing, the set only contains copies of Resident Evil: Village for PS4 and PS5. Should you be contemplating a purchase, be aware that some items are likely to be in Japanese.
The latest trailer for the game reveals more details.
Resident Evil 8: Chris Redfield's coat
The core of the Complete Collector's Edition is Chris Redfield's buttonless Chester coatthat he wears during his appearance in Resident Evil: Village. According to the website, the jacket was "marketed under careful development supervision" and is delivered in a "special box". The jacket is available in sizes M, L and XL.
If you are only interested in the coat, that's no problem either, because you can buy it individually. That's 159,731 yen (around 1,269 euros) pretty expensive fun though.
Resident Evil: Village appears expected on May 7, 2021 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.
You can already pre-order Resident Evil: Village.
PS5 owners already have the option to use the Demo "Maiden" to get a first impression of the game. The demo will follow later for other platforms.
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