Ori and the Will of the Wisps Collector's Edition: Unboxing the light of Niwen

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Ori Will Wisps Ce Hero (Image credit: Windows Central / Samuel Tolbert)

Moon Studios' Ori and the Will of the Wisps recently launched on Xbox One and PC. Right now, one of the best high-end options for playing is with the limited Collector's Edition. As I made sure to grab a copy of the Collector's Edition, I've put together a quick series of unboxing photos, so you can see what this collector's edition looks like, as well as my impressions of what is included and if it's a fair price.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Collector's Edition What you get

In addition to an Xbox One copy of the game on disc, the Ori and the Will of the Wisps Collector's Edition include the following.

  • A steel book case for the game
  • A CD with collections of the piano music by the game's composer Gareth Coker
  • An MP3 download code for the soundtrack of the game
  • An artbook featuring concept and promo art from the game
  • A package to neatly pack away everything

You can take a look at the gallery below for different shots of everything included.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Collector's Edition Impressions

Considering the price, this is a fantastic Collector's Edition. It's only $50, that's $10 lower than the average full-price game and only $20 more than the standard edition of Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Given how the music in the Ori games has been a highlight, the soundtrack being included is fantastic, as is the dedicated piano collection's CD. I also love the minimalistic, elegant design of the steel book. As for the artbook, it's perfect for taking a look at some of the stunning environments that Moon Studios designed for this sequel.

If you're a fan of Ori, I highly recommend grabbing it. If it's something you even think you want to get, I'd recommend grabbing it right now, as it's extremely unlikely this will stay in stock for long.

As for the game itself, our Senior Xbox Editor Jez Corden wrote an in-depth review. In it, he said that "Simply put, Ori and the Will of the Wisps has more of a soul than many $60 "AAA" titles I've played in recent years, and is a cherishable experience I'm sure I will return to repeatedly for many years to come. There wasn't a single moment throughout Will of the Wisp's powerful campaign that I felt bored, or fatigued, and the ending left me with an immediate sense of longing for more of Ori's enchanted world."