Art Of Rally Speeds Onto Switch With A Physical Release, Pre-Orders Now Live

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Art Of Rally

If you loved Art of Rally as much as we did, you might be interested in this physical release for Nintendo Switch.

Serenity Forge has announced it will be making a standard ($34.99 USD) and collector’s edition ($74.99 USD) available on the Switch, PS4 and PS5 on the 16th of September. There’ll also be a vinyl soundtrack ($36.99) and all of these items are available to pre-order now from the Serenity Forge store.

Standard Edition – $34.99

Standard
  • A physical copy of the game
  • Your own papercraft car to practice the art of rally even when you’re away from your console
  • A sticker sheet featuring in-game brands
  • A soundtrack download card with a unique code and link to the downloadable soundtrack

Collector’s Edition $74.99

Collectors
  • A physical copy of the game
  • Your own papercraft car to practice the art of rally even when you’re away from your console
  • A sticker sheet featuring in-game brands
  • A soundtrack download card with a unique code and link to the downloadable soundtrack
  • A stylized collector’s box
  • An art of rally lenticular card to admire when not practicing the art of rally
  • The cars of art of rally poster to help decide which vehicle is for you
  • Enamel pin and Location Patch sets to stylize your IRL self with
  • Bumper sticker set to stylize your IRL car with

Vinyl Soundtrack – $36.99

“Your collection isn’t complete, of course, without the game’s vinyl, launching late this year for $36.99. The vinyl comes in both sunrise splatter and sunset galaxy variants, with the sunset galaxy variant exclusive to the Serenity Forge store. The vinyl, which was composed and arranged by Tatreal and mastered by Ohad Nissim, will feature a download code for the full game soundtrack, as well. The album and label art were created by Bridget Olson and Yu Ying Ong.”


Will you be adding this one to your Switch library? Leave a comment down below.

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