Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe has announced the opening of its newly revamped Official Store. The new Online Store, developed by Scalefast, has been completely redesigned and filled with tons of new content and features, to serve the Bandai Namco world and its popular games to even more players across Europe.

The aim of this new shopping experience is to create a personalised, intuitive and fun environment for players. Thanks to the French, English, Italian, Spanish and German localisation, delivery is available in over 31 countries across Europe. From launch, the new store platform will offer more than 80 products from physical and digital videogames to collectibles, music and much more… In addition to the exclusive items currently available such as; Dark Souls: The Vinyl Trilogy, Project CARS 2 Ultra Collector Edition hand-signed by 7 famous racers and Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Collector’s Editions.

The new site will become a source for exclusive high-value collectibles that will entertain and delight all Bandai Namco fans.

The shopping experience is now easier and more interactive than ever before. The homepage will feature the latest products and some great discounts, with each product categorised by genre, platform, and brands. For those looking for something more specific will be able to click on the search button for a faster experience. Lastly, pre-ordering certain items will ensure they are delivered by Day1.

“We wanted to create an interactive and fun shopping experience for our fans,” said Hervé Hoerdt Vice President at Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe. “We’ve worked for delivering an online store that reflects the values of the company – more fun for everyone – and that can offer what consumers have always desired. From music to videogames the store will satisfy all tastes.”

The only things to do now is to register a profile and start enjoying a new shopping experience.

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