A comparison between the Standard Edition and Special Edition of Kojima's latest game, Death Stranding. This page aims to guide you on whether you should purchase the standard or special edition of the game.
Death Stranding comes with a variety of merchandise included depending on the edition purchased. Below are the inclusions for each edition.
|Standard Edition||$59.99||Physical Game Copy|
|Special Edition||$69.99||Steelbook Case
Gold Ludens Mask*
Death Stranding Music Album
Death Stranding BTS
|Digital Deluxe Edition||$79.99||Ludens Mask Sunglasses (Gold)*
Power Skeleton (Gold)*
All-Terrain Skeleton (Gold)*
Armor Plate (Lv. 2) (Gold)*
|Collector's Edition||$199.99||Special Edition Inclusions
Digital Deluxe Inclusions
Life-Sized BB Pod Statue
Bridges Cargo case
Standard Edition is perfect for players curious about Kojima's new game. It is also friendly for players that are new to the series and simply want to try the game.
The Special Edition exists for the casual fans who have played Kojima's previous games.
The Digital Deluxe Edition is for the players that already have a huge collection of games. Being fully digital, this edition saves space on your shelf, but still allows you to enjoy the game to the fullest.
For the die-hard fans that have supported Kojima from his first game, the Collector's Edition of Death Stranding is a must-buy.
|Death Stranding Edition Differences||PC Release Date Confirmed|
|Cast of Celebrity Characters||Difficulty Modes in Death Stranding|
|Death Stranding Multiplayer Feature||The Private Room and How it works|
|How to Deal with Mules||How to Deal with BTs|
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