How to get your deluxe edition and pre-order items in New World

Claim your bonus goodies.

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For those of you that pre-ordered New World or forked out an extra $10 for the deluxe edition of Amazon’s shiny new MMO, you might be wondering how to claim the exclusive content you signed up for. 

The deluxe edition of the game costs $49.99 and comes with a set of bonus goodies, including the Woodsman armor and hatchet skins, the Mastiff house pet, the rock/paper/scissors emote set, and the New World digital art book. 

If you pre-ordered the game before it launched on Sept. 28, you’re also entitled to Isabella’s amulet, which weathers attacks and deals additional damage against certain types of supernatural enemies, the unique “Expedition One” title, the fist bump emote, and three guild crests featuring axes, muskets, and armor.

All of the benefits listed above will be automatically applied to your account. If you bought the deluxe edition of New World or pre-ordered it, you’ll find all of your items stashed in your inventory. 

To equip your deluxe skins, right-click on an armor piece you have equipped and select change skins from the dropdown menu. Scroll down and you’ll find your Woodsman armor and hatchet cosmetics.

As for Isabella’s Amulet, the item should be equipped to your amulet slot when you create a new character. The Expedition One title is found in the bio tab in the character menu. The emotes are found in the emote window (P). The Mastiff house pet will be available when you unlock housing at level 15. And the digital art book can be found by right-clicking on New World in your Steam library, selecting properties, and choosing DLC for a downloadable link.

Related: Is New World pay-to-win?

Amazon Games has stressed that New World isn’t and won’t be pay-to-win. The focus of the store, according to creative director David Verfaillie, is cosmetics items that you can use to “enhance” the visuals of your characters. 

“We have definitely heard the feedback from players and our focus is we do not want [New World] to be a pay-to-win experience,” Verfaillie said in a press conference.

New World is now live.