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Enhance Games-developed Tetris launches November 9.



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Tetris Effect


Tetris Effect will be released both physically and digitally in all major markets (Americas, Europe, Japan, and Asia) when it launches for PlayStation 4 on November 9 courtesy of publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment, developer Enhance Games announced.


Pre-orders for both the physical and digital versions start today worldwide and October 16 in Asia, which include discounts and various digital bonuses. Here are the bonuses for the Americas and Europe:



Digital Discount


All digital pre-orders via the U.S. PlayStation Store, and PlayStation Plus members who pre-order on the European PlayStation Store will get a special 10 percent-off discount up until the November 9 launch day. (Check this link for your local PlayStation Store.)


Soundtrack Sampler


Both physical and digital pre-orders will include a code to download a seven-track Original Soundtrack Sampler, including the fan-favorite song Connected (Yours Forever) featured in the Tetris Effect announcement trailer. (Digital pre-orders via the U.S. PlayStation Store will receive this code and be able to redeem it as soon as their pre-order is confirmed.)



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Tetris Effect


Avatars


Both physical and digital pre-orders will include a code to download seven different PlayStation Network avatars, all based on real in-game avatars you can earn in Tetris Effect by completing various challenges.



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Tetris Effect


PlayStation 4 Dynamic Theme


Both physical and digital pre-orders will include a code to download a custom Tetris Effect PlayStation 4 dynamic theme that also features the oft-requested Connected (Yours Forever) song from the games debut trailer, as well as a beautiful re-creation of the initial The Deep stage from the Tetris Effect game.



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Tetris Effect



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Tetris Effect



Enhance Games teased that it will share more information on the game at the end of October, including details on a public weekend trial demo.


View a new set of images at the gallery.




Read more at https://gematsu.com/2018/10/tetris-effect-physical-edition-pre-order-bonuses-announced#B2Fp huadTCq7eCJF.99

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