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The $150 No Man’s Sky special edition includes a toy spaceship

It's only on PC, and limited to 10,000 copies

Today we learned that No Man's Sky is finally launching on June 21st, and if you're really excited for the space sim, you might want to check out the special edition of the game, which comes with an incredibly cool metal spaceship. The package, which will cost you $149.99, features a copy of the game itself (it's only available for the PC version, not PS4), and a 1:35 scale replica of the X-Wing-like craft seen in the game's trailers and screenshots. The ship is hand-painted and comes with a display case, along with a "traveler pin" to let everyone know how sci-fi you are. The package, dubbed the "Explorer's Edition," will be limited to 10,000 copies, and will also come with a mystery item to be revealed when the game launches.

The special edition was created through a partnership between No Man's Sky developer Hello Games and iam8bit, a creative shop known for its stylish gaming merchandise. In addition to the game itself, iam8bit will also be selling a vinyl version of the game's soundtrack, with music by 65daysofstatic and art by Simon Stålenhag and Kuldar Leement. You can also buy Stålenhag and Leement prints, along with posters and art from renowned sci-fi artists like Pascal Blanche and Christian Bravery. You can check out the collection now on iam8bit, and there's likely to be more, as well. "We will introduce new products in a way that reacts to in-game dynamics and fan requests," the company says.

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No Man's Sky / iam8bit merchandise

No Man's Sky / iam8bit merchandise

No Man's Sky / iam8bit merchandise
No Man's Sky / iam8bit merchandise