Wired Productions launches online store

Publisher Wired Productions has launched its own online store to support to launch of its upcoming titles, Victor Vran: Overkill Edition and The Town of Light.

The store will mainly specialise in special collector’s editions, with the collector’s editons of both titles being some of the first products on sale. Beyond that, however, the store will continue to offer exclusive collector’s editions of the publisher’s titles, which Wired says will "go beyond traditional initiatives" and include more content and unique offerings, such as specially created and extremely limited edition products.

In the collector’s version of Victor Vran: Overkill Edition, players will get the game’s Motrhead Through the Ages DLC. The Town of Light’s collector’s edition, meanwhile, will include an exclusive behind the scenes glimpse at the development of the title, including lots of photos of the real-life asylum that inspired it. Both editions will be available for worldwide shipping, too.

Leo Zullo, managing Ddirector at Wired Productions, commented, Providing a broad support structure for our development partners has been key to our strong and lasting relationships – this next step is designed to further that offering. Providing our fans an exciting opportunity to get closer to the titles they love, furthering our support to developers and supporting, not competing with, our retail partners is key.”

Both Victor Vran: Overkill Edition and The Town of Light are due for release on PS4, Xbox One and PC on June 6th, and Wired Productions recently signed a retail agreement with THQ Nordic to bring each title to shop shelves.

To read more about Victor Vran’s journey to retail as well as the deal with Motorhead, read our in-depth interview.

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