The Game Bakers’ super awesome, super hard, super stylish hack-and-slash, boss-oriented, neon-arcade action title, Furi, will be receiving a limited collector’s edition this June. In addition to that, the game will also be receiving a physical release on both PC and the PlayStation 4.
The Indiebox edition for PC will include a Blu-ray version of Furi along with a copy of the original soundtrack featuring music from Carpenter Brut, a sticker, and an artwork card that contains a code for the digital version of the game and its DLC for Steam.
The physical PC rendition of Furi will cost you a breezy $30. You can grab it from over on the IndieBox website.
The physical release will also be available from participating outlets for the PlayStation 4 as well. So even if you don’t have a PC strong enough to contain the fury of Furi, you can settle for the lesser version on home console.
Additionally, a physical CD release will be sold separately from the physical limited editions, in case some of you wanted that rocking rad soundtrack on disc.
I listen to it every so often because the music in Furi is kind of unmatched by anything else out there. It has this killer’s edge, like the heart of the tiger is beating in the hands of a fighter on the verge of going berserk… it’s primal, it’s synthetic, it’s raw and it’s righteous fury incarnate.
The designers actually talked about what went into pacing the music with the gameplay so that there was proper build-up and release to coincide with the break-neck speed boss fights. You can check it out below.
Executive producer Audrey Leprince explained that they loved the synth-electro beats and decided to use it as a template for finding music from Spotify to fill out the soundtrack for Furi.
Audrey then goes on to talk about how they had to overcome certain obstacles to get the various musicians on board, and tying the music together into the game to create the kind of energetic and badass atmosphere that permeated throughout Furi.
As mentioned, you can look for the physical of Furi to drop this June, alongside the physical release of the game’s full soundtrack.
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