Ubisoft’s upcoming Immortals Fenyx Rising, formerly known as Gods & Monsters, was officially unveiled at the Ubisoft Forward event. This new open-world adventure will see players tackle the fearsome beasts from Ancient Greek mythology. While the game isn’t due to release until December 3, preorders are currently live with some great bonuses attached, and there are two editions of the game to choose from. Here’s a look at what this game is currently offering.
If you decide to preorder the game for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you will get an upgrade to the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X version for no charge. This means you can enjoy the game when it is released and then if you upgrade your system down the road you won’t need to worry about buying a new copy of the game. Also, preordering the game gets you access to the bonus quest titled “A Tale of Fire and Lightning”. While there isn’t much known about this bonus quest, once completed players will unlock the “Blazing Wings” item. This preorder bonus is yours no matter which version of the game you preorder.
Speaking of, there are two editions of the game to choose from. The standard edition of Immortals Fenyx Rising includes the game and the preorder bonus (if you preorder). This version will go for $60, though Amazon currently has the game listed, under its former name, for preorder for $49.94.
You can also preorder the Gold edition of the game for $100. This edition includes the game, preorder bonuses, the season pass, and additional digital content. There isn’t a lot of information regarding what the season pass of the game will look like or offer, but the game’s official website states that the season pass offers players 3 narrative DLC’s and a bonus quest. The additional digital content includes three items: The Hades the Shadowmaster character pack, Orion’s Blessed Weapon pack, and Prism Wings. It seems that customization will be a factor in this game’s mechanics as you hack and slash through a variety of mythological beasts.
Both of these editions can be purchased either physically or digitally and are available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Stadia. Only the physical version of the standard edition is currently available for Nintendo Switch.
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