Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart Deluxe Edition Armor

Deluxe Edition Armor in Rift Apart are special armor sets that you can only obtain by purchasing the special edition of the game. To be fair, it’s not that much more expensive than the standard version, and comes with a bunch of other neat stuff. However, you won’t have access to them right of the bat, leading some players to believe that they didn’t get their stuff. So, that’s why we’ll show you where to find the Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart Deluxe Edition Armor sets in this guide.

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Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart Deluxe Edition Armor

Deluxe Edition Armor in Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart

There are five Deluxe edition armor sets in Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart: Android, Rebel, Imperial, Hacker, and Scavenger. You can see them all in the image above. The Scavenger armor is the yellow one that looks like a weird construction robot from a horrible future. Then, there’s the Rebel armor that includes a snazzy red vest and exudes a general “scrappy hero” look. The Imperial armor is the regal-looking white one. After that, we have the Hacker armor with the unnerving visor, and finally, the Scavenger armor that looks more like something from Splinter Cell.

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As far as we know, there’s now way to obtain these armors any other way by just playing the game. That’s generally okay, because while every armor set we have found affects the game at least a little bit, it’s definitely not a pay-to-win situation. The Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart Deluxe Edition armor sets are more a matter of cosmetics more than anything else. They certainly look cool, but you’re not missing out on anything from the core gameplay experience. It really is just a matter of personal preference whether you pay the extra ten bucks for the Deluxe Edition.

As for the question of where to find the Deluxe Edition armor sets in the actual game, they probably won’t be available from the get-go. Rather, you’ll have to play through the prologue until you reach the first proper area, Corson V. From there, just go into the menu, find the Armor tab, and switch the pieces out however you please.

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