Back to the Future: The Game is coming back…in the future. Telltale Games will be releasing two new versions of the hit multi-chapter game. The Collector’s Edition and the Deluxe Edition will include all five episodes of Marty McFly’s adventures as well as exclusive never-before-released artwork and footage for PC and Mac. The Collector’s Edition will contain all five episodes of the game as well as:
- A behind-the-scenes series consisting of five in-depth videos, spanning the game’s development with hours of commentary from the artists and designers
- Cinematic game trailers for all five game episodes
- Fun character profile videos for Marty, Doc and the Tannens
- Comprehensive production art gallery, showing the development of the game’s unique visual style
You get all of that goodness for $24.99 and shipping. But wait–why not sign up now and become a season owner? Season owners get all that and only have to pay for shipping. Why stop there? Get the Back to the Future: The Game Deluxe Edition and pay $44.99 plus shipping (season owners get the good deal yet again only having to pay $20.00 and shipping). I know you’re saying that the Collector’s Edition seems great, but you haven’t even heard what Telltale Games is offering with the Deluxe version. You get EVERYTHING that comes with the Collector’s Edition, along with:
- Newly discovered pages from Doc Brown’s archives including sketches for the original flux capacitor, rocket drill, canine retrieval apparatus and even a short sonnet
- Selected and authentic page reproductions from the Hill Valley Historical Society Album from 1875 through 1986
- A postcard featuring Trixie Trotter, the Winsome Wench of Winnipeg, welcoming travelers from the Great White North
You better hurry; these copies will definitely go fast, seeing as how the Deluxe Edition only has 2,500 copies.
As if that wasn’t enough, Telltale is also releasing all new Back to the Future memorabilia including an art portfolio with 12 amazing illustrations and drawings of Doc, Marty, Trixie and other notable Back to the Future pieces created by Telltale Games artist Ryan Jones. Not enough? How about a movie-style poster of the game that is 26×40 inches?
Along with these wonderful offers, why not get some more swag from Telltale? Anyone who orders more than $50 worth of items from the Telltale store by August 31 will save 15% off of their full order. All items are to start shipping out in September and won’t be found anywhere else because they are exclusive to the Telltale Games’ online store.
What are you waiting for? The sooner you place your order the sooner it hits the road; but where you’re going, you won’t need roads.