Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty pre-order: What comes with each Edition?

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We’re now less than a week away from Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty’s release date. If you haven’t gotten your pre-orders in yet, it’s probably a good time to go and do that. Like a majority of video games, Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty won’t just have a Standard Edition that you can purchase. The game will also feature a Deluxe Edition that costs a bit more money but comes with some extra bonuses that you can use during the game. Let’s take a look at each Edition of Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty and what they come with.

Standard Edition

The Standard Edition doesn’t come with anything out of the ordinary in terms of content. The additional content will be saved for the Digital Deluxe Edition. However, if you pre-order the Standard Edition of Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty, you will receive a cool reward.

You first have to decide if you want a physical copy or a digital copy. If you decide to pre-order the physical copy of the video game, you will receive Baihu Armor that you can wear on your character. Interestingly enough, you can get an additional pre-order bonus by opting to purchase the Standard Edition in digital form. Pre-ordering the digital version of the Standard Edition will get you Baihu Armor and Zhuque Armor. The price of the digital Standard Edition and the physical Standard Edition are the same, except Team Ninja is offering you more incentive for pre-ordering the digital version. The Standard Edition will cost $59.99 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

Digital Deluxe Edition

The other option you have with Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty is to purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition. This version won’t include a physical copy option.

  • Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty game (digital version)
  • Digital Art Book
  • Digital Mini Soundtrack
  • Season Pass

The Digital Deluxe Edition does have a bit of a hefty price increase, but the bonuses that you receive may be worth the extra money. In this Edition, you get a Digital Art Book, Digital Mini Soundtrack, and the Season Pass is included as well. If you plan on purchasing the Season Pass at some point anyways, it may be worth it to purchase this version just so you can get the added bonuses on top of the Season Pass. The Season Pass will include a total of 3 DLCs.

Also, if you pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition, you will also be getting the Baihu Armor, Zhuque Armor, and special Qinglong Armor that comes with the Season Pass. If customization is a big deal for you when it comes to video games, the Digital Deluxe Edition gives you three extra Armor Sets that you can customize your solider in to make you stand out from everyone else. The Digital Deluxe Edition costs $84.99 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.

Steelbook Launch Edition

There is one final Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty Edition you can purchase and that is the Steelbook Launch Edition. It comes with the following:

  • Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty game
  • SteelBook
  • Bonus DLC (Crown of Zhurong, Crown of Gonggong)

Not as many bonuses in this one, but you are ultimately paying to for the Steelbook itself. If you are a collector, this edition may be best suited for you. The Steelbook is very cool to have if you are interested in that sort of thing. You also would be getting some additional Bonus DLC which includes the Crown of Zhurong and the Crown of Gonggong. Once again, more customization for your soldier.

Just like the Standard Edition and Digital Deluxe Edition, pre-ordering the Steelbook Launch Edition will grant you the Baihu Armor as well. The Steelbook Launch Edition costs $79.99 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.

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Those are your available options that you can choose from for Wo-Long: Fallen Dynasty. There isn’t a lot of time left before the game releases on March 3, but there is still plenty of time to get your pre-orders in. Even if the game is already out, you will still need to make a decision on which game Edition you want to purchase. The only thing you would be losing out on at that point would be the pre-order bonuses.