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Godfall will be available in three editions - here's what you get in each one

Pre-order sweeteners have also been revealed.

Godfall developer Counterplay Games and publisher Gearbox have unveiled the pricing and pre-order details of the upcoming fantasy action game.

While there's no UK pricing or release date as yet - we still only have the vague "holiday 2020" date to go on - we now know there will be three variants available: the $60 Godfall Standard edition, the $80 Godfall Deluxe Edition, and the $90 Godfall Ascended Edition.

The Godfall Standard includes the base game, the Deluxe Edition includes the base game and expansion 1, and Godfall Ascended Edition includes the base game, expansion 1, and Godfall Ascended "digital cosmetic contents".

PS5 editions and pre-order info...
...and the same for EGS.

Gearbox has also unveiled the pre-order bonus items for PS5 and Epic Games Store. You can "fight your way through Aperion" using Zer0 from the Borderland franchise's sword and pick up a Godfall Starter Pack which includes "Augments and Trinkets", Chrome Silvermane, Phoenix and Greyhawk skin cosmetic variants, and a yellow or red Typhon variant.

Pre-order goodies (EGS is the same, but it's a yellow Typhon variant).

Godfall - published by Gearbox, developed by Counterplay and known as the first officially-announced PS5 game - revealed its first PC footage during this year's PC Gaming Show in June.

The video also provides a good recap of the third-person fantasy action game - which is described as "one part gear driven and one part player skill driven" by game director Keith Lee.

While PS5 pre-orders have yet to open, you can pre-order on Epic Game Store now.

A new combat trailer also dropped last night - have a peek!

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