Returnal: here's where to buy it at the best price

Returnal: here's where to buy it at the best price


Update 23 April 2021: very close to the launch of Returnal, book it now at what is the best price on the market!

The so-called next gen has been running for several months now and, as it should be, they are finally starting to appear on the market more and more exclusive experiences for the new generation of consoles. One of the most anticipated titles of this first part of 2021 is definitely Returnal, a game developed by Housemarque planned exclusively for PS5. Returnal is currently expected for next April 30 at a recommended price of 80 €, but, fortunately, it is possible to buy it right now at a cheaper price, thus saving several tens of euros. Not bad for what is one of the most anticipated PS5 exclusives of the moment.

Returnal, for those who don't know what we're talking about, is a third-person shooter with roguelike elements set in a futuristic setting. In the highly anticipated title of Housemarque we will be called to put ourselves in the shoes of the Selene, a space pilot stuck in a time loop on an alien planet, from which not even death will allow us to escape. A situation that is certainly not rosy and fraught with dangers, in which we will be able to immerse ourselves starting from next March 19 exclusively on PS5. Returnal promises to take advantage of all the benefits of the new Sony home console, such as the innovative DualSense controller with haptic feedback and 3D audio, as well as reduced loadings thanks to the performance of the new PS5 SSD. All, of course, at what is the best price on the market!

By booking Returnal from GameStop, you will also be able to obtain a code to redeem the "ASTRA Model 9 Prototype Suit" armor and the "ASTRA Model 14 Tactical Suit" armor. A decidedly not bad incentive, to ensure the exclusive PS5 right from the launch.

Amazon - Standard Edition PS5 | € 59.99 MediaWorld - Standard Edition PS5 | 59,99 € Unieuro - Standard Edition PS5 | 59,99 € eBay - Standard Edition PS5 | € 66.99 GameStop - Standard Edition PS5 | € 80.98

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‘Returnal’ Is Shaping Up To Be Yet Another Surprise PS5 Exclusive Hit



Say what you will about Sony’s “attitude” this generation, but they keep pulling a seemingly infinite amount of rabbits out of their hat, this time what seems like it could be the birth of another powerful IP from a relatively unknown developer making games exclusively for them.

That would be Returnal, the sci-fi game that will be released just over a week from now, made by Housemarque, a Finish developer most famously behind 2013’s Resogun, but we’ve never seen them make anything quite like this before.

Returnal combines a bunch of different buzzword games together. Depending on who you ask it’s Hades meets Metroid meets Dark Souls, but at its core is a roguelike that is centered on a “die you restart” time loop as players acquire knowledge and skills to get past areas and explore the mysteries of the game.

Early previews for Returnal just dropped, as did the game’s first 17 minutes, which you can watch below:

As for what people are saying, I’ve heard nary a bad word about it:

And so on. In short, I’ve heard essentially zero bad things from anyone with a preview code (I do not have one).

Returnal is a PS5 game and only a PS5 game, which means you will need the ultra-rare console to play it, which is still sold out pretty much everywhere outside of a few random restocks. Much praise has been heaped on the game for its next-gen looks and features like feeling individual raindrops on the DualSense controller.

If Returnal is a hit, it will be yet another example of Sony investing in smaller studios until they blossom into making bit hits. Last generation alone we saw that with Sucker Punch (Ghost of Tsushima), Guerilla Games (Horizon Zero Dawn) and Insomniac (Spider-Man). Returnal may not reach that level of success, but at this point, I mean, who knows. If it’s good enough, anything’s possible, and it effectively has zero competition in this release window.

Returnal’s positioning as a mid-range exclusive title reminds me a bit of what Xbox had with The Medium, a game that was briefly delayed but in that case, it ended up arriving with relatively little fanfare, despite being a good showcase for Xbox’s power, flipping between its worlds. But it just didn’t make much of an impact, and a comparatively low 71 Metascore certainly didn’t indicate the arrival of an iconic Xbox IP. Returnal’s early buzz, however, seems like it could far more vaunted when it does debut. The main problem with Returnal, however, is that it’s essentially the opposite of a Game Pass debut, as it has a $70 price tag due to Sony’s new “let’s jack up the price of PS5 games” philosophy that no one else is on board with. So that could hurt it.

Sony makes great exclusives, that hasn’t changed. And they pull them from the strangest places, a lot of the time. We’ll see what mark Returnal makes when it arrives next week.

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