Three editions of the game can be pre-ordered now for a limited time.

Publisher of physical releases Premium Edition Games will be releasing A Robot Named Fight! in three editions for Nintendo Switch.

A Robot Named Fight! is a roguelike, metroidvania game developed by Morningstar Game Studio with an emphasis on exploration and item collection. The game originally released in 2017.

Now Premium Editions Games is set to release the game in three editions: a premium, retro, and deluxe edition.

The premium edition. Image credit: Premium Edition Games.

The premium edition comes with a copy of the game with interior artwork, colour manual, numbered challenge card (which allows players to unlock a limited challenge patch), hand-drawn glossy slipcase by illustrator and Mortal Kombat artist Paul E. Niemeyer (a pre-order window exclusive), and a bonus premium item.

The retro edition. Image credit: Premium Edition Games.

The retro edition – which is limited to 500 units – includes everything in the aforementioned premium edition as well as a steelbook featuring spine text and artwork, and a Super Nintendo-style box which fits the game case and steelbook.

The deluxe edition – also limited to 500 units – comes with everything included in the aforementioned premium and retro editions as well as a soundtrack CD, Discord community-voted bonus item, custom sized premium box, hardcover strategy guide, and a thick cardboard slipcase featuring custom artwork.

Pre-orders for all three editions are available from the Premium Edition Games online store; the pre-order window will remain open until 23:59 ET on 15th July (04:59 BST on 16th July).

If when the pre-order windows closes and the retro and deluxe editions aren’t sold out, left over copies may go back on sale.

Accessory manufacturer Retro Fighters and online retailer CastleMania Games each have 1,000 copies of the premium edition and 500 copies of the retro edition available to pre-order from their respective online stores. If these editions are not sold out before the pre-order window closes, they might also go back on sale.

The soundtrack, composed by the game’s sole developer Matt Bitner, is available for purchase and streaming from Steam, YouTube, and YouTube Music.

A Robot Named Fight! is available for Nintendo Switch, Linux, macOS, and Windows.