Pre-Order Scribblenauts Unlimited on Steam for Team Fortress 2 Rooster Hats!

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Scribblenauts Unlimited is in stores now for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS, but there’s also a PC version coming through digital download on Steam next week. Warner Bros. and Valve have teamed up to offer a little something special to gamers who buy in to the PC edition early.

By pre-purchasing Scribblenauts Unlimited before its November 20 launch, Steam buyers will receive a free Rooster Hat digital item for their favorite Team Fortress 2 characters to rock. There are two options: Maxwell’s original red hat or his twin sister Lily’s pink. Which ever color you choose, the hat will be immediately available for use in TF2 as soon as the pre-order is made. You won’t have to wait until Scribblenauts Unlimited releases or anything like that.

Scribblenauts Unlimited on Steam is available for pre-purchase priced at just $29.99. It’s cheaper (the game’s $60 on Wii U and $40 on 3DS), and you get a TF2 Rooster Hat. Can’t beat that!

P.S. – Don’t forget to check out our recent interview with 5TH Cell to learn more about what to expect from Scribblenauts Unlimited.

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