Clear Some Space For Batman: Arkham Origins' Collector's Edition
Warner Bros. Interactive today revealed details about Batman: Arkham Origins' collector's edition. The $120 package includes the game and a host of extras, including a light-up Joker statue.
The special edition will be available for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, which is set to release on October 25. Here's what you'll get, straight from Warner:
- Exclusive Arkham Origins highly detailed premium statue featuring LED effects produced by TriForce
- 80-page, full-color hardcover art book measuring approx. 7.5” x 10.75” x .5”
- 2 key pieces of evidence taken directly from the Gotham City Police Department crime lab
- Batman Wanted Poster
- Batwing Prototype Schematic
- Anarky logo stencil
- Glow-In-The-Dark map of Gotham City
- Wayne Family Photo
- Assassin’s Intel Dossier, including files on the 8 assassins, as well as Black Mask’s contract
- 1st Appearance Batman Skin: Look just like Batman did during his first appearance in Detective Comics #27, released in 1939.
- Deathstroke Challenge Pack – Unlock the ability to play as one of the world's deadliest assassins! Usable throughout all the Arkham Origins Challenge maps. Also includes two bonus challenge maps and two bonus Deathstroke Skins.
- Bonus (not available in Australia / New Zealand): Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics– This new feature-length documentary from Warner Bros Home Entertainment focuses on DC Comics’ most terrifying villains. Legendary actor Christopher Lee narrates the film.
- The PS3 edition will also include the Knightfall pack as an exclusive piece of content
Collector's editions are now an inescapable part of high-profile game releases, so it's not surprising that Batman: Arkham Origins would get the red-carpet treatment. This edition packs in a lot of goodies, including that amazing statue. Of course, that bonus content won't likely remain exclusive forever, but this'll hold you over until the inevitable game of the year edition arrives. It's definitely one of the more impressive collector's editions I've seen, though I can't help but wonder if that stencil is going to bite Warner in the backside. The Joker would surely be proud.