The apocalypse never looked so colorful.
Far Cry 5 went out with a bang, but it turns out the story doesn’t end there. Far Cry: New Dawn, which is set to launch on February 15, brings players back to Hope County, Montana 17 years after the events of the previous game. And if you know where that one left off, you might be surprised to see just how colorful the world of New Dawn is.
If you’re looking to preorder Far Cry: New Dawn, you’ll want to know what comes in each edition, where you can buy it, how much it costs, and what preorder bonuses you can get. We have you covered on all accounts below.
Far Cry: New Dawn Preorder Bonuses
If you preorder any edition of Far Cry: New Dawn, you’ll get the Unicorn Trike skin for free.
Far Cry: New Dawn Standard Edition
The standard edition of Far Cry: New Dawn is available for $39.99 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and includes the base game.
Far Cry: New Dawn Deluxe Edition
The digital-only deluxe edition of Far Cry: New Dawn is available for $49.99 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It comes with the base game, as well as a number of in-game extras, including the Knight Pack, Hurk Legacy Pack, and a few weapons. Here’s a rundown of everything that’s included:
- SVD Claymore
- Sidecar Motorbike
- Wrath M249
- Legacy Offroader
- Hurkling Outfits
- M133M Shotgun
- RAT4 Rocket Launcher
Where to Preorder Far Cry: New Dawn
Far Cry: New Dawn does not qualify for Amazon’s $10 Prime credit, but the retailer’s preorder guarantee assures you’ll get the lowest price if it drops between now and the release date.
Walmart only has the standard edition of Far Cry: New Dawn, but it comes with free two-day shipping and in-store pickup.
Best Buy has both editions of Far Cry: New Dawn, but it does not qualify for the My Best Buy $10 credit.
GameStop is the only retailer that’s sweetening the deal for Far Cry: New Dawn preorders, but unfortunately not for everyone. If you’re a PowerUp Basic member and you preorder the game, you’ll receive $5 in rewards cash, while PowerUp Pro members receive $10 in rewards cash.
Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.