Gamers have a choice between two different Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order editions currently available for purchase. When it comes to value-per-dollar, the Deluxe Edition vs. Regular Edition differences ultimately come down to added bonuses. What is included with the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition, and are those bonuses worth the extra cash when compared to the standard edition? Read on for all the details, then decide for yourself.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order | Deluxe Edition vs Regular
The differences between the regular and deluxe editions of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order can be summarized simply: The standard edition includes only the game, while the Deluxe edition offers four bonus (including three in-game cosmetic) items. Preorder bonuses were also made available to early buyers of either edition, but now that the game has been released across the globe, most of those bonuses are now unavailable.
Gamers who want to pick up Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and don’t much care about cosmetic items will be perfectly happy with the regular standard edition. However, those who are willing to pay a few extra dollars for some extra goodies will be interested to learn what’s offered in the Deluxe Edition. When compared to the regular base version of the game, the Deluxe costs about $10 more, but includes these additional bonuses:
- Crimson BD-1 Skin
- Crimson Mantis Skin
- Digital Art Book
- Director’s Cut behind-the-scenes videos
The Deluxe Edition also had its own set of preorder bonuses, though these are likely unavailable by now:
- Orange Lightsaber Blade Color
- Mygeeto Campaign Hilt
- Ubmaran Campaign Hilt
- Bee-D-1 Skin
When compared versus the standard edition of the game, the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition doesn’t offer anything other than cosmetic items and a few behind-the-scenes videos. As such, it’s likely that the Deluxe Edition will mainly appeal to dedicated Star Wars fans, especially those with a keen interest in those Director’s Cut videos. Otherwise, the few extra cosmetic items are a nice touch, but probably won’t be worth the additional cost.