CoD: Advanced Warfare collector’s ed is all-digital content


Traditionally, the Collector’s Editions for previous Call of Duty titles have packed in some insane additional goodies. We’ve had proper night vision goggles, radio-controlled camera cars, radio-controlled “Dragonfire Drones”, and high-definition “Tactical Cameras”. When Sledgehammer Games releases their take on the Call of Duty franchise, it won’t be hitting with anything quite as extravagant.

The Call of Duty: Advance Warfare Collector’s Edition is dubbed the “Atlas Limited Edition”. There’s a beefier option called the “Atlas Pro Edition”. Both editions include a suite of digital add-ons ranging from the game’s soundtrack to weapons upgrades, an exclusive multiplayer map, guns and special Atlas branded exo-skeletons. Aside from an “Advanced Soldier Manual” and a Steelbook case, the collector’s editions are entirely digital. The “Atlas Digital Edition” costs $79.99 (just over R800), and the “Atlas Pro Edition” costs $119.99 (just over R1,200.00) – the latter packs in the game’s Season Pass, which nets you four unannounced pieces of DLC.

Activision has also released a new story trailer for the game; you can find it after the jump. It’s looking pretty good I must admit. Insofar as the game’s multiplayer is concerned, that’s scheduled to be unveiled on 11 August.