Elite Dangerous Legendary Edition PS4 £28.99 365games.co.uk
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Elite Dangerous Legendary Edition PS4 £28.99 365games.co.uk

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Found 7th Sep 2017
Cheapest price I've seen for a physical copy of
Elite Dangerous Legendary Edition Includes:

Elite Dangerous
Elite Dangerous: Horizons
1000 Frontier Points to choose your own DLC
Take control of your own starship in a cutthroat galaxy. Elite Dangerous brings gaming’s original open world adventure into the modern generation with a connected galaxy, evolving narrative and the entirety of the Milky Way re-created at its full galactic proportions.

The first expansion, Horizons introduces players to planet surfaces and the first all-new Surface Recon Vehicle (SRV) the ‘Scarab’, enriching the Elite Dangerous experience with new activities and new ways to play.

Features:

Our Milky Way: 400 billion star systems at an incredible 1:1 scale, with a full galactic and technological simulation based on real scientific principles.
Play your Way: Experience infinite freedom as you earn the skill, knowledge
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Cheapest I've seen so far for a physical copy of this game. It's an amazing game probably not for everyone though because it's so complex.
Edited by: "widdac" 7th Sep 2017
Anyone know the cheapest for the Windows version?
good game, great price, just in time for 2.4 to drop.
I cannot decide between this or No Man's Sky. Any recommendations?
Thank you
teldel744 m ago

I cannot decide between this or No Man's Sky. Any recommendations?Thank you


I haven't played no man's sky. But this game is so good. I have however looked up a lot comparing the two and this wins by miles every time.
NMS has atospheric planets and a lot more life
it has base building

ED has a FAR better "flight" model
and is set in a fairly scientific sound recreation of our milkyway. (hover above your home town above earth and look up and you will recognise the star constelations, and these are accurate and change correctly as you jump from system to system.

for "geek value" alone ED is worth it imo.

its far from perfect, i could list everything i dislike about the game (and if you read the design decision archives (forums.frontier.co.uk/for…=36 ) and see what is missing its enough to make a grown man cry


but even so, its a fantastic game and is getting better with every update.

I would say both games scratch a different itch.. for me, its ED all the way because i play in VR (PC).... for you, you may have a different conclusion.... imo this is one of those examples where no one can tell you, you need to do a bit of homework.

obsidian ant does a lot of short videos on youtube on both games, and maybe can help.
Edited by: "bigmike20vt" 7th Sep 2017
Bought the base game when it was on sale for about £13 on PSN. Great game but I am a long time fan as I played it on Amiga years ago and still remember all the ships.

Quick question for anybody who has horizons. Is it worth me paying the extra?. I also have No Man's Sky so is it worth buying just to land on a few planets.
poorboys8 h, 54 m ago

Bought the base game when it was on sale for about £13 on PSN. Great game …Bought the base game when it was on sale for about £13 on PSN. Great game but I am a long time fan as I played it on Amiga years ago and still remember all the ships.Quick question for anybody who has horizons. Is it worth me paying the extra?. I also have No Man's Sky so is it worth buying just to land on a few planets.


I bought it in the sale too. I have since bought the physical version with the dlc but I've only landed on one planet so far. It really depends how much you like the game I guess. I'm sure a lot more opens up with the dlc I just haven't stumbled across it yet.
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