The video game retailer revealed that Xbox One and PS4 versions of For Honor will have limited collector’s editions released in February, but pre-orders are made available right now. The full list of features for the Collector’s Edition can be viewed below.
• For Honor Gold Edition
• 14″ Apollyon Statue – Standing at over a foot tall, this highly-detailed statue features an accurate reproduction of Apollyon, For Honor’s main Warlord.
• Exclusive Apollyon Lithograph – The Warlord of the Blackstone Legion seeks to bring war to her enemies in this exclusive Limited Edition Lithograph.
• Origins Note – Go deeper into the battlefields of For Honor as you uncover Apollyon’s previously untold origins. What secrets lie in the past of the Blackstone Legion’s mysterious leader?
• Premium Collector’s Edition Packaging
The Collector’s Edition retails for $220 for either the Xbox One or PS4 version, and it’s only exclusively available from GameStop.
The Apollyon statue – featuring the main baddie in the game – looks pretty cool, but for $220 the offerings from the Collector’s Edition of For Honor look kind of paltry. I was expecting a poster, an art book, and maybe a steel case. But here we just have an origins note, premium packaging, a lithograph and the statue. That’s not really the kind of thing I would suspect would be worth $220, especially considering some other Collector’s Editions also come with statues and only cost $120, like DOOM for instance.
Anyway, For Honor is due to launch on February 14th, 2017 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. I was really excited for this game at first but after finding out about the always-on DRM and the fact that it’s using P2P servers, it’s seriously dampened my interest. I mean, I could deal with the P2P issue, it would just mean not being able to play online effectively, but having to be always-on for the single-player is the real deal-breaker for me.
But yeah, you can visit GameStop if you want to check out the limited Collector’s Edition for For Honor.
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