Publisher Playstack and developer Cold Symmetry will release Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition digitally for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series on March 4 for $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99, the companies announced. Users who already purchased Mortal Shell for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One will receive a free upgrade.
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Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition will also be available as a physical edition in $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99 standard and $39.99 / £34.99 / €39.99 Deluxe editions at all major participating retailers this spring in North America and Europe. The Deluxe Edition includes a 140-page art book featuring never before seen concept art and illustrations, an exclusive reversible cover, and art postcards.
In Japan, publisher DMM Games will release the physical edition of Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition for PlayStation 5 on May 20 for 4,071 yen. Users who already purchased the PlayStation 4 version will be able to upgrade for 100 yen.
Here is an overview of the Enhanced Edition, via Playstack:
“Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition provides a superior spectacle of the game’s haunting beauty, with rich, meticulous details never seen before on consoles. Along with gorgeous upgraded textures and razor-sharp 4K resolution, it will deliver an uncompromised 60 frames per second gameplay on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. (Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition renders at 4K resolution and 30 frames per second on Xbox Series S.)
This remaster has been calibrated to take full advantage of the PlayStation 5 DualSense controller’s suite of immersive technologies. From the whispering sounds and heartbeat vibrations that resonate from your controller as you approach a new Shell, to the impact you feel in the palm of your hands as you utilize the harden mechanics, this enhanced edition gives PlayStation 5 owners a rich physical connection to the game’s dangerous and ruthless world like never before.”
“This next-generation upgrade has been crafted in the same spirit as the original—with a painstaking and meticulous attention to detail that our fans expect and deserve,” said Playstack head of PC and console Kiron Ramdewar in a press release. This, along with Mortal Shell‘s Steam release this summer, as well as other exciting plans we can’t wait to announce, will ensure 2021 is a vintage year for Mortal Shell fans.”