For Honor Collector’s Edition Costs $220 And Is Exclusive To GameStop
(Last Updated On: December 29, 2016)

If you wanted to grab the limited Collector’s Edition of For Honor for Xbox One or PS4, you’re going to have to sell a small piece of your soul to GameStop in order to do so.

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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