Limited Run Games Doom Trilogy Getting Physical Release
A Limited Run Games Doom Trilogy release is coming! This Friday, fans of the hellish shooter will get a chance to own the original three games in physical form for Switch and PS4. Best of all, a Collector’s Edition includes some insane bonus items. If you’re a fan of the newer Doom games but haven’t gone back to play the classics, then this is your best shot at owning them in a really cool way. Here’s what’s included in the upcoming release.
Limited Run Games Doom Trilogy Includes Physical Cartridge, No Downloads for Doom, Doom 2, and Doom 3
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In a new announcement from Limited Run Games, the first three games that kicked off the iconic Doom series will see a physical release for the Nintendo Switch and PS4. If you’re a diehard collector, then this seems like a must-have. Titled DOOM – The Classics Collection, a physical cartridge requiring no downloads will be included in the package for the Switch. For the PS4, you’ll get a game disk with no downloads needed. The game box includes a full-color manual and reversible cover art with an MSRP of $39.99
A collector’s edition includes quite a bit of extra for $79.99, including:
- Detailed shadow box featuring activated LED lights and sound. When activated the shadow box plays the iconic E1M1 music
- Reversible coversheet
- Red metal keycard replica
- Official Nintendo Switch/PS4 sized SteelBook
- 8GB DOOM Shareware Disk USB (USB drive will be empty)
- Marine helmet PVC keychain
- Set of three 9″ x 6″ art prints
- Reprint Of The Original 1996 16-Page DOOM Comic originally sold in the id Anthology box set
DOOM – The Classics Collection will be available on Friday, April 2nd at 10 AM Eastern Time. The latest release in the series, Doom Eternal, was one of our 2020 Game of the Year contenders. Let us know if you plan on picking this limited release in the comments!
Featured Image Credit: id Software
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