Sakuna: Of Rice And Ruin Will Be Getting A Divine Edition

XSEED Games announced this week that when they eventually release Sakuna: Of Rice And Ruin, it will have a special physical edition. The game will be coming out on both the PS4 and the Nintendo Switch in a standard physical edition for $40, but there will also be a Divine Edition released for $60 with all of the fun stuff you see below. Still no word on what the official release date will be, but so far, it's looking like it will be mid-to-late Fall 2020.

Sakuna Of Rice and Ruin will be released later this year, courtesy of XSEED Games.
Sakuna Of Rice and Ruin will be released later this year, courtesy of XSEED Games.

The special "Divine Edition" for Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is fit for a young goddess, coming wrapped in a custom outer box with exclusive artwork. Inside will be the retail edition of the game on the respective platform, a large 8.2" x 5.8" artbook with over 130 pages of illustrations and concept art from the title, a full OST of 42 songs on 3 CDs, and a special 2" x 3" Japanese omamori charm to bring owners good luck in combat and farming.

  • Refined Side-scrolling Platform Action‒ Using farm tools as weapons, chain together quick, heavy, and special attacks to take down demonic beasts, while mastering the magical "divine raiment" will be essential to grapple distant platforms, evade danger, and overcome powerful enemies.
  • Detailed 3D Simulation-style Gameplay‒ Learn the ancient art of agriculture by following detailed steps from planting to harvesting to cultivate the perfect crop. As a harvest goddess, Sakuna's strength grows with each successful rice crop, with attributes such as aesthetic and flavor directly correlating to her combat abilities.
  • Creating a Home in the Wilderness‒ Sakuna's mortal companions make weapons, armor, and meals for her using the materials and ingredients she gathers on her adventures, and completing quests for them will unlock even more options.
  • A Fresh Take on Japanese Mythology‒ The heroine is part of a pantheon of gods and demons inspired by traditional Japanese mythology but featuring many unique twists. The story and world are filled with lovingly rendered details, some familiar and some completely original.
A better look at the Divine Edition, courtesy of XSEED Games.
A better look at the Divine Edition, courtesy of XSEED Games.

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