Heroland ‘Knowbie Edition’ Physical Release Revealed For North America

Heroland ‘Knowbie Edition’ Physical Release Revealed For North America

Excited for the upcoming Heroland by Mother 3 writers Nobuyuki Inoue and Nobuhiro Imagawa? Well, RPG fans can now look forward to a stunning physical bundle for the game, when it launches in Fall 2019!

XSEED has revealed an all-new ‘Knowbie Edition’ physical package for the game – with extras like a drawstring pouch, music CD, and more for $49.99 USD. It will be the only way to obtain the game at retail, and will launch on day-one along the digital version.

[UPDATE: The game has seen a delay, and will be hitting Nintendo Switch on 3 December 2019 instead. More details here.]

Check out more details below.

Torrance, Calif. – July 26, 2019 – XSEED Games, the independent-minded publishing brand of Marvelous USA, Inc., today announced that preorders for Heroland, the quirky and ridiculously cute RPG set in a theme park, will open soon for Nintendo Switch™ system and PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system. Set for a Fall 2019 launch, the day 1 physical Heroland “Knowble Edition” will be available for preorder for a MSRP of $49.99 at the XSEED Games Store and other participating retailers. This will be the only retail version available at launch, while the digital standalone edition will sell for $39.99 on the Nintendo eShop and PlayStation®Store. Potential part-time hero hopefuls can get look at what Heroland has to offer on the XSEED Games Twitch channel today at 5:00pm PDT.

The Heroland “Knowble Edition” is packed with everything a tourist-turned-hero needs for adventuring and battling baddies in a theme park, housed in a custom box including:

  • Physical copy of Heroland for Nintendo Switch™ or PS4™ system
  • 10.5” x 6” drawstring pouch
  • Musical Selections CD
  • 14” x 20” theme park-style folded map
  • Sumo wrestling papercraft

Heroland is a 2D RPG about a theme park where guests can explore dungeons, beat up baddies, and become legendary heroes—while the player assists from the sidelines as a tour guide! Released in Japan as WORK x WORK and created by key developers from MOTHER 3, Legend of Mana, and Fantasy Life, this tale of princes and pixels is told by over 20 quirky characters with a new take on classic-RPG-style combat.

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