Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed previously revealed the Scarlet Nexus release date, an anime, Scarlet Nexus Deluxe Edition, pre-order bonus, and more for the stylish action RPG. IGN India previously reported that Scarlet Nexus isn’t getting a retail release in India. Scarlet Nexus launched last week on all consoles and PC digitally and it is finally getting a retail release in India through retailer MCube Games. This release is region 2 for PS4 and PS5 as confirmed by IGN India.

Since Bandai Namco Entertainment’s India distributor e-Xpress Interactive seemingly passed on bringing Scarlet Nexus to India, fans of physical media can now pre-order it on MCube Games for all console platforms. Scarlet Nexus follows other games like 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions, and more recently Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster from publishers like Sega, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Atlus, and more not making it to India through the official distributor, e-Xpress Interactive. If you missed the Scarlet Nexus opening movie, watch it here.

Scarlet Nexus India physical release price

Scarlet Nexus can be pre-ordered on MCube Games here for Rs. 3,999. It is available to pre-order on PS5, PS4, and Xbox (Smart Delivery disc).

Scarlet Nexus India release date

The Scarlet Nexus physical release will release on July 7.

Scarlet Nexus India price digitally

Scarlet Nexus is priced at Rs. 3,999 on Xbox OneXbox Series X|SPS4, and PS5 for the standard edition and Rs. 5,299 for the Deluxe Edition on the same platforms. On Steam, the standard edition is priced at Rs. 2,599 while the Deluxe Edition is priced at Rs. 2,999. This is above Valve’s recommended regional pricing for India.

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Scarlet Nexus is available now worldwide for Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5, and PC.

VIAIGN India
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