Today, the folks over at iam8bit have started pre-orders for a limited edition disc version of Giant Sparrow’s What Remains of Edith Finch for the PlayStation 4. Along with the limited physical release, the company will also be releasing a vinyl edition of the soundtrack to the game, composed by Jeff Russo.
The game will ship in late December and include a reversible cover in addition to a region-free copy of the game. Anyone looking to pre-order the title should be ready to fork over $30, which is a pretty good deal for a physical version of one of the hottest indie titles of the year. The vinyl – which costs $28 – won’t ship until the second quarter of 2018, but also has a stylized cover slip and vinyl.
For more information on the indie darling What Remains of Edith Finch, make sure to check out our review of the game. Here’s what Chandler had to say:
What Remains of Edith Finch is one of the most engaging pieces of interactive storytelling I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing. I walked away at the end of the credits strangely satisfied by being unsatisfied. These brief but intimate windows into the most tragic of the Finch family’s moments leave so many questions unanswered, but give just enough to let your imagination fill in the holes. I felt that I had really explored the sad and storied history of this house and family, discovering only what the walls wanted to show me. The rest was left wrapped in mystery as I stood the final living member of the Finch bloodline. Through uniquely visceral methods, Giant Sparrow made sure that my familiarity with the Finches at their most tragic moments made me feel like a part of the family.
What Remains of Edith Finch is available now.