Ori – The Collector’s Edition is coming back!

Ori – The Collector’s Edition is coming back!

The Ori series sits atop the mantle of platforming greatness — artistically profound, technically impressive, and obsessively tuned gameplay.

And now for a second time (because yes it was done before and we own one to prove it) it seems the collector’s edition is back by popular demand. Ori and the Blind Forest and its followup, Ori and Will of the Wisps are available together in a premium physical Collector’s Edition thanks to iam8bit.

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Collector’s edition

In true iam8bit fashion, they have spared no detail and collaborated intensely with developer Moon Studios to create this immaculately custom collection. It begins with a transforming glow-in-the-dark box that functions as a display base for the set’s showstopper — a majestic stained glass style art piece, as if extracted from the cathedral of the Spirit Tree.

From there, you’ll be treated to rarely seen production art across multiple pack-ins: “The Flora & Fauna of Ori” Field Guide, a sketchbook zine, and a set of collectible art cards, plus digital downloads for both soundtracks and an exclusive glow-in-the-dark pin featuring Ori and Ku.

Features

  • Premium “Transforming” Display Box with Glow-in-the-Dark Finish
  • Majestic Stained Glass style Art Piece
  • “The Flora & Fauna of Ori” Field Guide
  • Sketchbook Zine, featuring rarely seen production art
  • Collectible Art Card Set
  • Hard Enamel, Glow-in-the-Dark Pin
  • Digital Download Cards for Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps soundtracks by composer Gareth Coker
  • Physical Editions of Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Ori and the Blind Forest, featuring Exclusive, Reversible Cover Art (Region Free – Worldwide Compatibility)

Be sure to head over to iam8bit to pre-order one now, as this is bound to be available for limited time only (again).

A must own for every Ori fan. And if you do miss out …. don’t miss out on the Ori experience and get the games digital. Without a shadow of a doubt they both rank in my top 10 of all time.