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What’s the difference between One Piece Odyssey Standard and Digital Deluxe Editions?

If you want to purchase One Piece Odyssey digitally, then you can choose between the standard and deluxe editions. So, what are the differences between these two versions? You can find out in this comparison guide at Seeking Tech.  

Quick Summary

Unlike the standard edition, the One Piece Odyssey Deluxe Edition includes Adventure Expansion Pack, which is a future story DLC pack. The more expensive version also comes with twice the number of Berries, which is an in-game currency. Last but not least, you will also get the Sniper King Outfit Set for Usopp. 

Both editions come with the main game along with the following in-game items:

  • 10 Energy Apples 
  • 10 Excite Apples 
  • 3 Golden Jellies  

One Piece Odyssey Standard Edition vs. One Piece Odyssey Deluxe Edition Comparison Chart

You can take a look at our comparison table for the standard and deluxe editions of One Piece Odyssey below: 

One Piece Odyssey Standard EditionOne Piece Odyssey Deluxe Edition
Main GameIncludedIncluded
Energy Apple Bonuses1010
Excite Apple Bonuses1010
Golden Jelly Bonuses33
Berry Bonuses100,000200,000
Adventure Expansion Pack  Not IncludedIncluded
Traveling Outfit Set IncludedIncluded
Sniper King Outfit Set Not IncludedIncluded

Main Game 

Both editions come with the main game. For the uninformed, One Piece Odyssey is a turn-based Japanese role-playing game based on the popular anime and manga series. 

Since this is a cross-generation release, you will get both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions of the game if you bought it from the PlayStation Store at no additional costs. On the Microsoft Store, you will get both the Xbox One/One X and Xbox Series X/S versions of the game without having to pay anything extra. 

In-Game Items 

When it comes to in-game items, both editions will provide you with 10 Energy Apples. These items will heal the HP of your party members when used during battles. 

Both will also come with 10 Excite Apples, which restores the TP of your characters in fights. 

Furthermore, you will also get 3 Golden Jellys in both cases. You will need these in order to revive a party member that ran out of HP in battles.  

If you get the standard edition of the game, then you will get 100,000 Berries, which is an in-game currency. You will get double the amount with the deluxe edition instead.  

Traveling Outfit Set 

Both digital editions of the RPG come with the Traveling Outfit Set, which includes alternate costumes for Monkey D. Luffy, Roronoa Zoro, Nami, Sanji, Usopp, Chopper and Nico Robin. These outfits provide a classic look to the characters as the clothing will be based on when they first appear in the anime and manga. 

Keep in mind that you won’t be able to see the alternate costumes in per-rendered cut scenes when playing One Piece Odyssey. 

Adventure Expansion Pack  

The One Piece Odyssey Deluxe Edition is the only product out of the two to come with the Adventure Expansion Pack, which is an upcoming story-based DLC release. 

If you get the standard edition instead, then you need to buy the Adventure Expansion Pack separately. It is currently unknown how much the story DLC will be priced as a standalone product. 

Sniper King Outfit Set 

Exclusive to the digital deluxe edition is the Sniper King Outfit Set, which is an alternate costume for Usopp.