The Deluxe edition contains a digital copy of the game plus a poster designed by Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano, a 24 page art book, an Igniculus key ring and a myriad of digital content, including a bonus quest, a new character and a bunch of collectibles.
The retail pack will only be available in the UK and other EMEA territories and is exclusive to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC. The pack still hasn’t gotten a price tag.
The Playstation versions will also benefit from Cross-Buy support which means that players will be able to get it on either of them and they can play it on either, or both of Sony’s consoles.
In addition to the Deluxe Edition, Child of Light will be available for purchase digitally starting April 30 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PC and Wii U for £11.99.
The Story of Child of Light is focused on a young girl from 1895 Austria who falls asleep after contracting a physical ailment. When she wakes up, Aurora is in the world of Lemuria which has been plagued by the Black Queen’s magic and has had it’s sun, moon and stars stolen.
Aurora is tasked with making the world of Lemuria normal again and ultimately she reunites with her father, a duke. The game is a platformer side scroller with a distinctive beautiful art style.
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