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Peter Triezenberg
Launch Day Discounts For Citizens Of Earth
Atlus would like to remind us that "discounts are awesome."
01.18.15 - 2:33 PM

Citizens of Earth, the retro-inspired RPG starring the newly minted Vice President of the World coming to us courtesy of Atlus, is releasing soon and getting some nifty launch day discounts. The specific release dates and discounts vary by platform and region, and are detailed below.

Citizens of Earth will be out in the United States on January 20th. The Steam version will receive a 20% discount and soundtrack download for the first week. PlayStation Plus subscribers will net a 20% discount as well for two weeks, while the Wii U and 3DS versions will get 20% off for the first week.

Meanwhile, Citizens of Earth will be released in Europe on January 21st for PS4 and Vita and 22nd for Wii U and 3DS. The exact details of the PS4 and Vita are unknown, but are planned to be "similar" to their US counterparts. On the other hand, Wii U and 3DS owners will get the 20% discount (once again, for the first week following release)and, if they own the game on one platform, will be able to purchase the other version for a 40% discount.

If you'd like to know more about Citizens of Earth, check out our freshly updated gallery for screenshots, trailers, and more. We'll also be bringing you a review shortly!




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