The Surge Pre-Order Bonuses

The Surge Box Art

This game was released on May 16, 2017 and is no longer available to pre-order. Any incentives that were offered are listed below.

The Surge is a sci-fi themed action RPG developed by German studio Deck13 and published by Focus Home Interactive. The game is set in a dystopian world ravaged by war and global warming, and takes place in an automated industrial complex of mega-corporation CREO which has gone rogue. While the hostile mechanical monstrosities prowling the complex pose a lethal threat, the protagonist is an augmented, exo-suit wearing human who is up for the challenge.

The developers promise a hardcore and unforgiving, Souls-like experience where even the weaker enemies are deadly if the player isn’t aware of their attack patterns and weaknesses. Innovative combat system allows the player to lop limbs off enemies in combat, and use the tech scrap to upgrade and modify their own gear.

Pre-order bonuses

The Surge - Pre-Order Bonuses

Pre-ordering The Surge gets you the “CREO Special Employee Kit” DLC with three in-game items to help you get started on your first day on the job:

  • The Cred PS01 Limited Rig
  • Mechanized Counterweight V.0.9 Implant (Physical Damage Boost Injectable)
  • Dowsing OS Proximity Sensor Add-on Implant (Secret Finding Implant)

As usual, pre-purchasing via PlayStation Store will also add a special theme on top of those.

Gameplay trailer

The Surge will be out on May 16, 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows.

Comments

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    May 1, 2017 at 23:31

    After the surprise success of Lords of the Fallen, I have big hopes on this title and I feel the title will deliver seeing the gameplay and setting of the game.

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    May 13, 2017 at 03:17

    Yeah this game could be a hit, deserves way more hype than it’s getting now.

  • Anonymous's avatar
    Anonymous
    May 22, 2017 at 01:02

    While I can’t say much about the other two, I will say that the item sensor is one of the worst preorder bonuses in history. Sure, it works, but it’s so incredibly loud and obnoxious.

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