No Man’s Sky Is Up For Digital Pre-Order On PSN For $59.99/£49.99, Pre-Order Bonus Revealed (EU/NA)

No Man’s Sky digital pre-order is now live on the official PlayStation Store. The game can be pre-ordered digitally before launch to get access to some of the pre-order bonus. Surprisingly, the pre-order bonus appears to be different for North American and European PlayStation Store.

No Man’s Sky is currently available for pre-order on the EU PlayStation Store and offers the following pre-order bonuses.

Upgraded Alpha Vector Ship
Your ship is your transport to the stars. Begin your epic voyage with this Alpha Vector attack ship. It’s upgraded with lasers for protection and a hyperdrive that allows you to jump to the nearest solar systems right from the very beginning.

10,000 unit starting boost
Your journey will be filled with danger but 10,000 units will give you a head start in your race to the center of the universe. Use your units to buy faster ships and better weapons, or purchase exotic resources.

PS4 Dynamic Theme
Immerse yourself in the world of No Man’s Sky with this unique PlayStation®4 system theme.

No-Mans-Sky

This might look like a great incentive to pre-order the game but the situation is completely different if you pre-order it from the North American PlayStation Store. You will get the following pre-order bonus.

– Bundle of 10 Avatars
– (MISTY PLANET AVATAR, FANTASY ATLAS AVATAR, SHIP ARCHES AVATAR, TREE HORSE AVATAR, SHIP REFLECTION AVATAR, ATLAS AVATAR, SHIP AVATAR, SHIP IN SPACE AVATAR, SPACE ATLAS AVATAR, THE TRAVELLER AVATAR)

It is a strange difference between both stores because the pre-order bonus is usually the same. In the case here though, it appears that pre-ordering it from the EU PlayStation Store offers the better deal here.

No Man’s Sky will launch on June 21st for the PS4 and PC.

Khurram Imtiaz

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