Slender: The Arrival doesn’t release until next month, but that isn’t keeping developer Blue Isle from giving fans an opportunity to play the highly anticipated “reimagining” of Mark Hadley’s indie success right now. If you pre-order the game you’ll get instant access to the (unfinished) PC version of the game. As an added bonus, you can decide what you want to pay for it. They’ve provided a list of payment tiers that unlock increasingly valuable rewards like the game’s soundtrack, digital paintings, and even the chance to get your name listed on the credits. More after the jump.
You can pre-order it here, but in case you need to mull over the benefits of doing so, here are the tiers they’ve provided:
$5.00 – Pre-order Discount
We’ll give you a downloadable copy of the game on release, as well as access to our beta test today
$10.00 – Retail Price
Same as the pre-order discount, but you are feeling generous. Thank you!
$15.00 – Soundtrack Edition
You get a downloadable copy of the game, access to the beta, and a downloadable copy of the game’s soundtrack on release day
$25.00 – Special Edition
We’ll send you everything listed above, plus 5 downloadable high resolution paintings from the game
$60.00 – Producer’s Edition
You get everything listed above, plus a very special thank you with your name listed in the game’s credits alongside the developers
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