Ubisoft confirms Prince of Persia pre-order edition
- Posted November 19th, 2008 at 12:27 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 7 Comments
Ubisoft has teamed up with online retail giants Play.com to deliver a special pre-order incentive for the hotly anticipated adventure romp, Prince of Persia.
Available exclusively through Play.com, consumers who pre-order the game will receive a number of goodies, including a comic book, a DVD featuring the game’s soundtrack, along with free codes to obtain new skins for both the Prince and his female compatriot, Elika.
Prince of Persia will be released for PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360 in the UK on December 5.
We were lucky enough to have some hands-on time with the game recently, and came up suitably impressed. Check out our preview here.
- 8:43am EST - November 19th, 2008
man which store to order now gamestop or play i want both damn lust of goodies :D
- 10:26am EST - November 19th, 2008
ive seen that the ps3 graphics are abit glitchy, 360 for this one i think
- 12:12pm EST - November 19th, 2008
psn id: gingo... i always think pre order goodies are a bit pitiful especially when they expect us to pay extra money for them
- 12:14pm EST - November 19th, 2008
glad this was mentioned here, just orderd my copy ... looks pretty sweet
- 8:42pm EST - November 19th, 2008
Good point Gingo. I think you are absolutely right!!
Besides that, I am going to buy it from Circuit City with the $10 gift card I have, so it will only cost me $50 instead of $60, which is always a deal in my book and I would rather have that instead of a comic and soundtrack.
- 8:45am EST - November 20th, 2008
The Special Edition has been available on Play.com for ages now. I ordered mine quite awhile ago, couldnt resist because it was £40 and i was gonna buy the game anyway
- 10:54am EST - November 20th, 2008
gcchild - you better hurry up with that CC gift card. They're going bankrupt and will probably not honor it much longer (if they even still do).
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