Resident Evil Village can get really costly if you consider buying a Complete Set Collector’s Edition. It is sold in Japan for the equivalent of around $1800 USD.
Resident Evil Village will be launched in several editions. These include a Standard Edition, a Deluxe Edition and a Collector’s Edition. At least in Japan, there is an additional collective version. It is not sold at a bargain price. Instead, the price is 192,500 yen. That is the equivalent of more than $1800 USD.
The price of the so-called Resident Evil Village Complete Set Collector’s Edition includes a coat that can also be bought without a game. It’s the “Buttonless Chester coat Chris Redfield Ver.” In addition to the game, there is a poster of the game world, a trauma pack, a steelbook, a figure by Chris Redfield and other content that you can see in the following image:
Almost $1800 for a collective version sounds like a lot of money at first. But compared to similar editions, the amount is relative. Of course, you don’t have to pay that much money for the basic game. In the case of the PS5 version, you can get it for around $70.
Pre-orders are rewarded at no additional cost. Participating retailers have a Racoon City trailer and the so-called Survival Resource Pack on top. Should you purchase the title in the PlayStation Store, you will get a mini soundtrack.
In addition to the above-mentioned editions, a bundle has been announced that will contain the predecessor in addition to Resident Evil: Village. This package can also be pre-ordered.