How To Save On Disney Epic Mickey: Rebrushed For PC

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15 years after it first launched on the Nintendo Wii, Epic Mickey: Rebrushed is making a comeback on PC and consoles on September 24. Like most new games, the remake is priced at $60, but PC users can get a substantial discount through Fanatical. Right now, you can save 17% on your preorder with promo code FANATICAL17. This drops the price of your Steam key to $49.79. Thanks to the ongoing Red Hot Sale, if you preorder before July 11, you’ll also get a free mystery gam or coupon for your next purchase

Disney Epic Mickey: Rebrushed

It’s worth noting that Digital preorders come with 24-hour early access and a costume pack featuring Steam Boat Willie, Football, and Brave Little Tailor costumes.

The return of Epic Mickey is kind of a big deal, as video game legend Warren Spector’s vision for a Disney game was a Wii exclusive. An imaginative romp through Disney’s forgotten history, the game teamed Mickey up with Oswald Rabbit as they explored an alternate version of Disneyland that had been lost to the sands of time. Naturally, this new version will offer a massive visual leap forward when compared to the 480p graphics of the original Wii game.

Developer Purple Lamp is aiming to create a remake that will appeal to modern players, and while it looks like the core gameplay has been retained, there are updated controls as well. If you’re looking to get the Epic Mickey: Rebrushed collector’s edition, you’ll sadly have a hard tim. Only 5,000 of these are being made, and they sold out quickly when listings went live.

You can check out our Epic Mickey: Rebrushed preorder guide for details on the standard versions available on console ahead of its release later this year.

While you’re preordering your copy of Epic Mickey, you should also check out Fanatical’s latest game bundles. Highlights include the Handheld Heroes bundle for Steam Deck and a Bethesda bundle that includes many of the publisher’s best games for as low as $3 each. If you’re feeling lucky, check out the Summer Mystery Bundle, which lets you get 20 random Steam games for $14.

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