Call of Duty: WWII is getting a special edition in the form of the Call of Duty: WWII Valor Collection, which was announced on Twitter via Sledgehammer Games studio head Michael Condrey.
Fans can choose between either the Standard or Pro editions, and both are impressive sights indeed. The Standard edition offers up an impressive array on its own, with a bronze D-day commemorative statue, Division patches, Nazi Zombies Bloodraven pin, Nazi Zombies poster, and The Divisions Pack DLC. Should you choose to opt for the Pro Edition, you’ll get all of that as well as the steelbook case for your game and the season pass.
The special editions are currently listed at EBGames Australia for about $215, and the Standard Edition without all the bells and whistles are around $40. If you’re interested in playing Call of Duty: WWII as well as commemorating its release, you really can’t do much better than one of those awesome-looking bundles. The hard part is obviously going to be trying to find a place to put that statue. It looks pretty large, but that’s par for the course for Call of Duty, after all — spectacle. Still, it sure looks pretty awesome.
Right now, it doesn’t appear that any North American retailers are putting the collection up for preorder, but as soon as that changes (if it does change) we’ll make sure you know about it. Until then, you might consider preordering the regular version of the game to get into the multiplayer beta near the end of this month.
Call of Duty: WWII is releasing November 3 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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