Sony has started taking digital pre-orders for Tokyo Jungle in advance of the game’s June 7 release the PS Store in Japan. Those who wish to pick the game up through the service will have to pay in-full in advance, but it will be less expensive that way as well: the digital version is ¥3,900 ($50) and comes with a dynamic theme and 10 avatars, where as the disc will run customers ¥4,980 ($63). The pre-order offer is a first for Sony, reports Wired, and is another example of Sony’s push to make its products as “accessible as possible,” to the consumer by offering both digital and boxed releases at launch.
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