Battlefield 1 $220 Collector’s Edition Comes With 14-Inch Statue
(Last Updated On: May 16, 2016)

Two new editions of Battlefield 1 were revealed, one being the Deluxe Edition that comes with a Red Baron Pack, a Lawrence of Arabia Pack and a Red Baron Pack. Each of the packs comes with a specially themed vehicle, weapon, and item.

According to PlayStation Lifestyle the Early Enlister Deluxe Edition will cost $79.99 and grants early access to Battlefield 1 ahead of its October 21st release. Gamers will be able to dive into the action starting October 18th.

The limited Collector’s Edition takes things a step further, with This Gen Gaming rolling out the contents of the $220 edition of Battlefield 1, which comes in a specially designed box, includes a patch with a soldier on a horse, a messenger pigeon tube with a DLC pack, a promotional cloth poster, a steel book and a deck of playing cards. The real meat of the $220 Collector’s Edition is the 14” statue.

Battlefield 1 Collector's Edition

The Collector’s Edition also contains everything already included in the Deluxe Edition, this means that you’ll gain access to the various packs packs. The PlayStation LifeStyle article actually details what you get in each pack:

Red Baron Pack containing:
Vehicle: Red Baron’s Triplane
Sidearm: Red Baron’s P08
Emblem: Red Baron’s Flyer Pin

Lawrence of Arabia Pack containing:
Horse: Lawrence of Arabia’s Black Stallion
Weapon: Lawrence of Arabia’s SMLE
Melee: Lawrence of Arabia’s Jambiya
Emblem: Lawrence of Arabia’s Emblem

New visual appearance on three of the largest vehicles in the game:
Frontline Camouflage Train
Night Raid Airship
Dazzle Camouflage Dreadnought

Harlem Hellfighter Pack containing:
Weapon: Hellfighter Trench Shotgun
Siderarm: Hellfighter M1911
Melee: Hellfighter Bolo Knife
Emblem: Hellfighter Insignia

EA and DICE are really taking the promotion of Battlefield 1 serious. They gained a lot of positive momentum based on a lot of the negative community feedback directed at Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. So as long as they don’t do anything stupid with microtransactions or some other anti-consumer practice, it’s possible they could have a huge hit on their hands come October 21st.

You can learn more about Battlefield 1 by checking out the official website.


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  • C G Saturation

    Still vastly cheaper than the Dark Souls 3 Prestige Edition that costs $800 in Australia (while costing $300-$500 everywhere else in the world).