Last Epoch version differences: Is deluxe or ultimate worth it? - Upcomer
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Last Epoch is about to hold its official launch as the 1.0 update is prepped to land in the coming days. Being so close to launch, naturally, interested gamers are looking at what is on offer, and with this ARPG there are many versions to choose from.

Depending on how much you want to spend there are different versions of Last Epoch to purchase, with extra rewards available at the higher tiers. To help you out with picking the right one for you here is a look at all of the rewards to expect from each version of Last Epoch.

Last Epoch version differences

Last Epoch versions
Screenshot via Eleventh Hour Games

There are three versions of Last Epoch to choose between, these are the standard, deluxe, and ultimate versions of the game.

Each of these stands at a different price point with more rewards provided to those who pay the extra cash. There are a lot of goodies to consider so here is a breakdown of exactly what you’ll get with each version of the game.

Last Epoch standard edition

Price: $35

  • Last Epoch game
  • Golden Guppy cosmetic pet (pre-order bonus)

Last Epoch deluxe edition

Price $50

  • Last Epoch game
  • Golden Guppy cosmetic pet (pre-order bonus)
  • 50 EP (Epoch Points)
  • Adolescent Chronowyrm cosmetic pet
  • Fallen Ronin cosmetic armor set
  • Firefly’s Refuge cosmetic portal
  • Last Epoch digital soundtrack

Last Epoch Ultimate edition

Price $65

  • Last Epoch game
  • Golden Guppy cosmetic pet (pre-order bonus)
  • 100 EP (Epoch Points)
  • Adolescent Chronowyrm cosmetic pet
  • Fallen Ronin cosmetic armor set
  • Firefly’s Refuge cosmetic portal
  • Last Epoch digital soundtrack
  • Twilight Fox cosmetic pet
  • Temporal Guardian cosmetic armor set
  • Adult Chronowyrm cosmetic pet
  • Celestial Way cosmetic portal

Which version of Last Epoch should I choose?

Ultimately every version of the game will give you an identical in-game experience, so if you’re just trying out the game and aren’t yet fully committed to playing long term then we’d suggest staying with the standard version of Last Epoch.

Each of the higher-tiered versions of this ARPG includes more bonuses, but for the most part, they are all cosmetic, so it will only change how you look in-game, nothing else. This might be what you’re after if you’re someone who plans on playing long-term and wants to collect rare cosmetics, so if you fall in that category then here is a way to get some from the jump.

Whatever version you pick the good news is that you’re still getting the Last Epoch experience so don’t stress too much! You can always purchase an upgrade to another version later if you choose.


Ryan is a Senior Staff Writer for Upcomer and has been working at GAMURS since 2020. He covers a wide variety of titles from across the gaming and entertainment space, and can also be found on Dot Esports and We Got This Covered. He boasts a degree in Journalism from Murdoch University.


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