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This fall’s games’ collector’s editions are some of the most expensive yet

Fall is coming, and so is are countless ways to spend your money on games. If you like big budget games, one of the big publishers should have a way to extract money from your wallet before the year is out.

Each of those games, of course, has its own collector’s edition, complete with statues, steelbooks, and tchotchkes to treasure and allow to collect dust. Here’s a list of some of the different collector’s editions coming this year.

Battlefield 1

Price: $220 

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What you get: The Deluxe Edition of the game, a Steelbook case, a cloth poster, a deck of playing cards, a Messenger pigeon tube with a DLC code, a patch (for your clothing, not the game), a 14″ statue of the character pictured on the box, and an edition-exclusive box. The Deluxe Edition “includes the Red Baron Pack and the Lawrence of Arabia Pack – containing themed weapons, vehicles and items. Plus five Battlepacks containing combinations of items. Also exchanges the visual appearance on three of the largest vehicles in the game.”
Systems: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release date: October 18, 2016

Dishonored 2

Price: $99 

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What you get: Scale replica of Corvo’s mask, with stand, Emily’s ring, with display box, progaganda poster, metal game case, Digital copy of Dishonored Definitive Edition with all add-on content, special packaging, and the Digital Imperial Assassin’s Pack, with which you can “earn exclusive bonecharms like Duelist’s Luck and Void Favor. Discover new lore and art including an Antique Serkonan Guitar and the book Goodbye, Karnaca – A Musician’s Farewall. The Imperial Assassin’s Pack also includes 500 coins to acquire new gear and weapons within Karnaca’s illegal black market shops.”
Systems: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release date: November 11, 2016

Gears of War 4

Price: $249 

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What you get: JD Fenix on COG Bike Premium Statue (11″ tall), Frag grenade keychain, lithograph, exclusive packaging, Steelbook case, 3 Gears Crates for use in-game, access 4 days early (October 7), season pass, special packaging
What you don’t get: Xbox Play Anywhere access
Systems: Xbox One, Windows 10
Release date: October 11, 2016

The Last Guardian

Price: $119 

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What you get: Statue, Steelbook case, 72-page artbook, digital soundtrack, sticker sheet, special packaging
Systems: PlayStation 4
Release date: October 25, 2016

Mafia 3

Price: $149 

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What you get: Art of Mafia III artbook, protagonist Lincoln Clay’s dogtags, faux leather Establishment drink coasters, Playboy and Alberto Vargas Estate art prints, vinyl pressings of the game score and soundtrack, season pass
Systems: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release date: October 7, 2016

Recore

Price: $179 

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What you get: 14″ statue, metal case, lithograph, Core alphabet decoder dial
What you don’t get: Xbox Play Anywhere access
Systems: Xbox One, Windows 10
Release date: September 13, 2016

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

Price: $129 

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What you get: Season pass, in-game costumes, a set of lithographs, a 6″ figure of Eric Cartman as “The Coon,” and a digital copy of The Stick of Truth if you pre-order.
Systems: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release date: December 6, 2016

Titanfall 2

Price: $159 or $249 

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What you get: For $159 via GameStop, you can get a bust of the main character, Jack Cooper, a field journal, a survival bracelet, squad patches, and concept art prints. For $249 via Amazon, you can get a wearable replica of the Pilot helmet (depending on the size of your head, I suppose), with working spotlight and laser targeting sight, 8GB dog tag flash drive, a field journal, squad patches, and a shemagh tactical scarf.
Systems: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release date: October 28, 2016

Watch Dogs 2

Price: $149 

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What you get: The Gold edition of the game and a 7.8″ app-enabled robot
Systems: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release date: November 15, 2016


Eric Frederiksen

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