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access_time April 27, 2021 at 12:58 AM in News by Brian Zuhl

Star Renegades Begins Pre-Orders For PS4 and Switch Physical Copies

Star Renegades, a tactical, turn-based, roguelike RPG developed by Massive Damage, Inc., has begun pre-orders for physical copies of their game. While it initially released September 8th, 2020 on PC, the digital release for consoles followed soon after.

Star Renegades boasts a fast paced, turn based battle system with rogue-lite elements and a detailed pixel art style. It also offers procedurally generating dungeons, unique enemy bosses, and a fantastic synth-wave soundtrack. Since the game launched, Star Renegades has received numerous positive reviews from critics worldwide. Now fans can put the game in their physical collection thanks to Strictly Limited Games.

Prr-orders are already underway for both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Two editions are available with the Limited or Collector’s Editions. The Limited Edition will be individually numbered, including a manual and the game. The Collector’s Edition will include quite a bit more, including a modular diorama, an artbook, a soundtrack, a reversible poster, a sticker, and character cards, all packaged nicely in a collector’s box. Both the Limited Edition and the Collector’s Edition will each release 2,500 copies for Nintendo Switch and 1,500 copies for PlayStation 4. You can pre-order your edition of choice here.

The Limited Edition is available for $36.99/€29.99 while the Collector’s Edition is available for $60.99/€49.99. Pre-orders should launch around September or October of this year, and they’ll ship worldwide. Are you looking forward to getting your hands on a physical copy of Star Renegades? Which version are you picking up? Let us know in the comments below!


  • Review | Star Renegades - GotGame May 7, 2021 at 8:00 AM

    […] addition to the roguelike genre. The game has been out digitally for a few months now, but it’s coming out physically soon as well. Since we didn’t review it when it originally released, we thought now was a great […]

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