Call of Duty: Advance Warfare Collector’s Editions Announced
Ben Sheene / Jul 30th, 2014 No Comments
Activision announced three Collector’s Editions for the upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
The Atlas Pro Edition, Atlas Limited Edition and Atlas Digital Pro Edition contain specialized content meant to provide gamers with the ultimate experience. The editions are inspired by the Atlas Corporation, the fictional private military corporation led by Jonathan Irons in 2054 from Advanced Warfare‘s story.
The Atlas Limited Edition includes a number of physical and digital content. Players will receive the Atlas Gorge bonus multiplayer map, the BAL-27 AE assault rifle and the Atlas 45 AE pistol, an Atlas Exoskeleton, Atlas Helmet, Atlas Player Card and five bonus supply drops for digital content. Physical content includes a Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier Manual, a collectible Steelbook and the Advanced Warfare soundtrack. The Limited Edition will retail for $79.99.
The Atlas Pro Edition will give players the ultimate package and includes everything available in the Atlas Limited Edition. The Season Pass is also included which gives four map packs for Advanced Warfare. The Pro Edition will retail for $119.99. The Atlas Digital Pro Edition includes all digital content found in the physical pro edition along with the Season Pass. It will retail for $99.99.
On Aug. 11, players can expect a worldwide reveal of Advanced Warfare’s multiplayer. The multiplayer was briefly teased in the campaign story trailer which can be viewed below.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be released on Nov. 4 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.
Advanced Warfare Campaign Story Trailer
It should come as no surprise that multiple editions of Advanced Warfare were announced. The amount of content should satisfy fans who expect revolutionary gameplay from the futuristic spin. Pricing also hints that the Season Pass will cost $40, which is ten bucks cheaper than Ghost‘s Season Pass.
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