Utawarerumono: False Mask Premium Edition and first-print bonuses detailed

Early copies include ToHeart2 character combat unit DLC.

Utawarerumono: False Mask

Aquaplus has detailed the Premium Edition and first-print bonuses for Utawarerumono: False Mask.

Here are the details:

Premium Edition (9,800 yen)

  • Special-illustrated packaging – Gorgeous packaging designed especially for the Premium Edition version of the game.
  • Utawarerurmono: False Mask Art Book – An art book containing the initial concepts and rough drawings for each character and such.
  • Utawarerurmono: False Mask Mini Soundtrack CD – A music CD with some of the music you’ll hear playing the game.
  • Add-On Character DLC Code – The following four ToHeart2 characters are included as downloadable content with the Premium Edition for use as a combat unit within the game:
    • Tamaki Kousaka (Samurai Ver.)
    • Sasara Kusugawa (Samurai Ver.)
    • Tamaki Kousaka (Swimsuit Ver.)
    • Sasara Kusugawa (Swumsuit Ver.)

First-Print Bonuses

The following two ToHeart2 characters are included as downloadable content with first-print runs of the standard edition for use as combat units within the game:

  • Tamaki Kousaka (Samurai Ver.)
  • Sasara Kusugawa (Samurai Ver.)

Download Version Bonuses

The following two ToHeart2 characters are included as downloadable content with the download edition for a limited time for use as combat units within the game:

  • Tamaki Kousaka (Samurai Ver.)
  • Sasara Kusugawa (Samurai Ver.)

Standard Benefits

Both the Premium Edition and first-print run of the standard edition will include an Utawarerumono: False Mask event application ticket. Details will be announced at a later date.

The visual novel / simulation RPG is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita on September 24 in Japan. If you missed it, catch our summary of the game’s story and introduction of its first two characters here.

Visit the game’s official website here.

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