Everything You Need to Know About Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2 Preorders – Bonuses, Early Access and More!

Space Marine 2 releases on September 9 for Xbox Series X|S, PS5, and PC.

By Jon Bitner on February 21, 2024 at 3:40PM PST

It’s been over a decade since Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine graced Xbox 360 and PS3. However, Lieutenant Titus isn’t ready to retire, as he’s returning for a second deployment on September 9. Space Marine 2 will see the hero hacking his way through Tyranids, with the option for two other players to tag along on your adventures. If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the return of Space Marine, preorders are live now for PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC.

From available editions to preorder bonuses, here’s everything you need to know about Space Marine 2 preorders. If you’re interested in picking up the Collector’s edition, you’ll still find it in stock at the Focus Entertainment store, though it’ll likely sell out prior to launch. It’s also possible the Gold edition, which comes with a steelbook case and in-game content, will sell out, too. Plus, you get three days early access with the Gold and Collector’s editions.

All Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2 preorders include the Macragge’s Chosen DLC, which features three extra cosmetics for the Bolt Rifle, Chainsword, and Power Armor.

You can buy the standard edition of Space Marine 2, together with the base game and the preorder bonuses, for $70. This edition is available for preorder at several major retailers. These include Amazon and Best Buy.

If you upgrade to the Gold edition, you’ll get some exciting extras with your order. These include a special steelbook with unique artwork, the Macragge’s Chosen DLC and two other appealing bonuses:

The Space Marine 2 Collector’s edition is packed with exclusive items, but the standout feature is undeniably the grand statue of Lieutenant Titus. Aside from the base game and everything included in the Gold edition (such as the season pass, early access, and various DLC packs), you’ll receive the following:

It’s pricey at $250, but big Warhammer fans may find the swag to be worth it. The Collector’s edition is currently in stock for all three platforms.

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