Scott Pilgrim versus the World: The Game – Complete Edition will also receive multiple physical editions when Ubisoft’s 2010 adaptation of the 2010 movie returns to stores next week, distributor Limited Run Games announced on Friday.
Limited Run has three releases planned: the game itself, the Classic Edition and the KO Edition. The latter two have custom boxes (the KO Edition is a “hardshell roadie case box” that opens up to a pop-up scene where Scott’s band rocks). Both contain a CD soundtrack, a sticker sheet and a folded map of the game’s overworld.
Our KO Edition offers the content of the Classic Edition and additional extras … all in an authentic hardshell roadie box with a pop-up scene (with worklights and @anamanaguchi Music!). Get yours during the 6-week open pre-order starting January 15 at 10 a.m. ET. pic.twitter.com/1KnAgYpJli
– Limited Run Games (@LimitedRunGames) January 8, 2021
The physical versions are currently only available for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. According to Limited Run, pre-orders will be opened for these platforms on the company’s website on January 15 at 10 a.m. EST. However, the company said it did plan to release physical copies for Xbox One
Scott Pilgrim versus the World: The Game – Complete Edition will be available on January 14th in the digital storefronts for Google Stadia, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. The re-release will include the downloadable content from the original game, which added two playable characters.
The original Scott Pilgrim versus the World: The Game was delisted from online shops in December 2014, apparently due to expired license agreements. In September 2020, publisher Ubisoft surprisingly announced that the game had been released for a revival on modern platforms.