13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim Doomsday Trailer and Pre-Orders

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oprainfall | 13 Sentinels: Augis Rim

 

Vanillaware and SEGA are excited to announce that digital pre-orders for 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim are now open on the PlayStation Store! You can pre-order your copy for $59.99 from now up until its launch on September 22nd. The press release states that those who do pre-order it digitally via the PlayStation store will receive an exclusive digital art book from Vanillaware. It shows off their signature art style, while giving players a chance to experience just a bit of the game’s world in the meantime. The digital art book features high definition character art, painterly illustrations, and more.

For physical copies, you can pre-order those at the following retailers. Just remember that the digital art book is exclusive to digital pre-orders on the PlayStation Store if you want it.

They also released the brand new Doomsday Trailer today:

 

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim comes from the story tellers behind Odin Sphere and Dragon’s Crown. It is a sci-fi mystery epic that is coming exclusively to the PlayStation 4. The mystery will take players through time, space, and humanity across thirteen intertwined stories.

In addition to getting praise from Masahiro Sakurai (Director of Super Smash Bros.), 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim has also earned a bunch of nominations and awards:

  • Japan Game Awards 2019, Future Division Winner
  • Famitsu Dengeki Game Award 2019, Best Scenario Award & Best Adventure Award (2 divisions)
  • Japan Otaku Awards 2019, Grand Prize
  • IGN Japan Game of the Year 2019, 6th Place
  • IGN Japan User’s Choice 2019, 2nd Place
  • Weekly Famitsu (PS4 Special Feature, sold March 12th, 2020), Ranked in 10th for “”PS4 Must-Play Titles,” selected from all PS4 titles ever sold
  • 51st Seiun Award, Media Category, Nominee
  • CEDEC Awards 2020 of Excellence for Game Design and Sound
  • CEDEC Awards 2020 Highest Award of Excellence, Nominee

 

 

 

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