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Neon White PS5 and Switch Physical Edition Gets Release Date

Neon White, the first-person shooter and puzzle-platforming game from developer Angel Matrix and publisher Annapurna Interactive, finally has a release date of 15 September 2023 for its PS5 and Nintendo Switch physical editions. Each physical edition will contain some bonus items for fans including stickers, a poster, artwork and soundtrack depending on which edition you pick up.

iam8bit and distribution partner Skybound Games will have the physical release rollout for Neon White this September. The retail edition will be available for $39,99 at global retailers while the iam8bit Exclusive Edition is expected to arrive sometime in Q4 2023.

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As for what you’ll get in the retail edition of Neon White, fans will receive an original 11 by 17 inches foldout poster and artwork by character artist Rebecca Ryan. However, the iam8bit Exclusive Edition will contain the poster as well as five anime-style “character peeker” stickers, an exclusive cover sheet by character artist Rebecca Ryan and the official soundtrack by Machine Girl.

Neon White was nominated for several awards at The Game Awards 2022 including Best Action Game and Best Indie Game.

Neon White is expected to arrive on Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S (as well as Xbox Game Pass) soon following the ESRB rating which listed it for release on Xbox platforms. At the moment, the game is currently available to purchase digitally on PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam.

The official description for Neon White reads:

Neon White is a lightning fast first-person action game about exterminating demons in Heaven. You are White, an assassin handpicked from Hell to compete with other demon slayers for a chance to live permanently in Heaven. The other assassins seem familiar, though… did you know them in a past life?”

We’ll update the article as soon as we have confirmation of local listings at retailers.

Source: Gematsu

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