Disintegration, V1 Interactive’s sci-fi FPS, lands on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on June 16. That’s less than a fortnight away and, if you’re holding off on pre-ordering it, now is as good a time as any to do so.
If you decide to pre-purchase Disintegration, there are many preorder bonuses on offer for you. While there isn’t a huge selection to choose from, you’ll still have some cool items that differentiate you from other players. Let’s see what you can get if you buy Disintegration before launch day.
What preorder bonuses are available for Disintegration?
First, Disintegration is getting a digital-only release. With no physical copies of the game, there are no Collector’s or Special Editions to buy, so there are no replica statues, art books, or other physical bonuses. It’s all in-game content to use during multiplayer modes.
They are the same on each platform too. There are no exclusive preorder bonuses for PC, PS4, or Xbox One, so every person who pre-purchases Disintegration will receive the same items. You may frown at that, but it makes the playing field fair and means that one system isn’t receiving gifts that another isn’t.
What are the bonuses you can get then? We’ve listed them below with a brief description of each item:
- Flex emote – Like emotes in other games, the Flex emote will let you taunt your opponents after a takedown. Pushing the required button or key will cause your avatar to flex their arms to brag about it
- Disintegration medal – One of the customization options for your Gravcycle. You can equip this medal to your flying vehicle to show off to your friends
- Elive V1 Interactive banner – You can equip this unique animated banner on your profile to differentiate yourself from fellow teammates and opponents
- Lost Ronin Midnight skin – Applying this skin — to your avatar and Gravcycle — will give you a stealthy look on the battlefield. While everyone else is darting about in default cosmetics, you can look the part in this dark blue aesthetic
The pre-order bonuses are only available until June 15, so if the above sounds are worth it, you better get a robotic shift on.