One of the first PlayStation 4 games announced at E3 2013, The Order: 1886, now has both a release date of February 20, 2015 and a collector’s edition. There are actually three special editions, one for Europe and two for North America.

The European box is black, contains a vial of blackwater pendant worn by Galahad and the Knights of the Order, digital content in the form of new outfits and weapons, woven patches, postcards, and a soundtrack and making-of DVD.

The first North American special edition contains a seven inch statue titled “Galahad Under Fire,” a steelbook case, stickers, the same digital DLC as in the European version, as well as the soundtrack and behind-the-scenes DVD. This box costs $80.

Finally, at $150, the premium collector’s edition contains the DLC, DVD, and soundtrack from the other editions, the pendant from the European edition, the steel case and stickers from the other American version, as well as its own art book, collector’s box, and a 13-inch statue titled “the Endless Duel.”

Source: IGN

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