The release date for NHL 21 is here, but only if you got the right edition!
Here's everything you need to know.
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At long last you can start your Stanley Cup quest in NHL 21, but only if you have the right edition of the game.
Otherwise you'll have to wait until 16 October to hit the ice.
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NHL 21 Standard Edition
The Standard Edition is as you would expect.
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It costs $59.99, or $53.99 for EA Play members.
A pre-order will get you two HUT Diamond Player Choice Packs, an XP Boost and Bonus Trait/Specialization Points for Be A Pro, and and one World of Chel Hockey Bag.
NHL 21 Deluxe Edition
The Deluxe Edition brings a lot of extra content for a bump in price.
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The Deluxe Edition will cost $79.99, or $71.99 for EA Play members.
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For this price you'll get 5 HUT Diamond Choice Packs, a HUT Synergy Veteran Choice Pack, HUT Cover Athlete Choice Pack, 3 days of Early Access, an XP Boost and Bonus Trait/Specialization Points for Be A Pro, and 2 World of Chel Hockey Bags.
NHL 21 Great Eight Edition
NHL 21 will be picking up a unique new edition called the Great Eight Edition.
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It costs $99.99, or $89.99 for EA Play members.
This Edition comes with some big pre-order bonuses, including the 3-days of Early Access shared with the Deluxe Edition.
The differences for this Edition include double the starting HUT Diamond Choice packs of the Deluxe Edition (which will also be released twice as fast), and some extra rewards like Chel Hockey Bags.
Which edition is the best?
If you are a dedicated HUT player, then the Great Eight Edition is definitely the one for you.
Not only do you get some seriously awesome extras, but you also get a head start on grinding out rewards.
However, if you are mostly an offline player then $40 is a lot to pay for early access. Those that focus on single player modes are best served by the Standard Edition.