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A pricey collector's edition has been announced for Dragon Age: Inquisition and it comes included with all kinds of physical goods.
The box set will be $169.99 and is the result of a partnership between BioWare, GameStop (Disclaimer: GameStop is Game Informer's parent company), and TriForce – a company that specializes in video game collectibles. You can find the full list of inclusions below:
The last bullet point, the Deluxe Edition, is where you will find the typical collection of digital goods, including something called a Bog Unicorn:
The Deluxe Edition is available separately for $69.99, and if you don't want any of that stuff, you can always stick with the regular version of the game for $59.99. Dragon Age: Inquisition releases October 7 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC, and the Inquisitor's Edition will be exclusive to GameStop.
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Our TakeI don't know exactly what a Bog Unicorn is, but I'm pretty sure I would be missing something important in Dragon Age: Inquisition if I didn't have it.
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