The items include a mug, T-shirts, an iPhone case, an umbrella, a cap, and even a haori. Each of the items bears the Sakai family crest and comes in a muted brown and gray colorway. This officially licensed collection celebrates the game’s success in selling over five million copies in just under four months back in 2020.
Priced from ¥2,750 — ¥10,780 JPY (approximately $25 – $98 USD), the collection is available for pre-order now over at Geek Shop now.
In other gaming news, Nintendo is turning its plant into a gaming museum.