The next game in Square Enix’s Valkyrie series, Valkyrie Elysium released a new trailer, unveiling more of the game’s story and combat. Square Enix also announced Digital Deluxe Editions of the game on consoles and PC, along with unique pre-order bonuses, such as 72-hour early access to the game, unique items, and a free copy of Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth for PS4/PS5 players.
Valkyrie Elysium launches on PS4/PS5 on September 29, and PC via Steam on November 11.
▍Valkyrie Elysium New Trailer
▍Valkyrie Elysium Deluxe Edition Pre-Order Bonuses
For pre-ordering the game’s digital deluxe edition on PS4/PS5, players will receive the Alscir: Sword of the God of Light item, and pre-ordering the standard edition on consoles gives you the Valkyrie Elysium Playstation Network Avatar.
Additionally, the deluxe edition of the game on PS4/PS5 gives players 72 hours early access to the game, the Svartaljr: Sword of the Goddess of the Underworld item, and a free digital port of the PSP version of Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth, the first Valkyrie Profile game ever released!
PC players can get similar bonuses from pre-ordering the game, though the digital deluxe edition only gives the Svartaljr: Sword of the Goddess of the Underworld item, and pre-ordering either edition gives players access to the game 72 hours early.
▍About Valkyrie Elysium
The latest in the long-running Valkyrie series. Valkyrie Elysium is a 3D real-time Action RPG drawing inspiration from Norse Mythology and systems from the original Valkyrie Profile.
In a world teetering on the brink of destruction with Ragnarok Looming, the all-father, Odin creates a final Valkyrie, an emissary of redemption with the task to save the world before its destruction. As the sole Valkyrie heads on to her journey, she discovers the ruined land and encoutners many challenges, and questions her journey, as she learns the truth behind Ragnarok.
With the fate of the world in her hands, how will her experiences, and faithful companions, Einherjar, guide her in her journey, and will they be able to show that the world is worth saving after all?