Metro Exodus’ Limited Collector’s Edition Includes A Statue and Is Packaged In A Steel Barrel

The Spartan Collector’s Edition is costly, but includes some cool stuff.

Posted By | On 12th, Nov. 2018 Under News


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Deep Silver have announced a limited collector’s edition for their upcoming survival first person shooter Metro Exodus. Called the Spartan Collector’s Edition, only 4000 of these are going to be sold, and for the collectors out there, and the veteran Metro fans, this contains plenty of cool stuff.

The Spartan Collector’s Edition comes with a 10.5 inch “premium quality” statue that shows Artyom with his back against a door as a freaky mutated Watchman tries to break its way through, reminiscent of what we saw in the game’s debut trailer at E3 2017. It also includes Spartan order dog tags and patches, and four collectible postcards. All of this is packaged inside of a giant, metallic, sealed barrel, if the statue and the rest of the stuff isn’t enough for the collector in you.

By itself, the package is priced at $149.99, and can be purchased from the game’s official website. However, do keep in mind that that price doesn’t include postage and packaging costs, which vary depending on where you live. If you want the collector’s edition to be shipped to you in the United States, for example, you’ll have to spend an extra $44.99. Those in the UK have to spend an extra £9.99.

This also doesn’t include the game itself. So how do you get the game? Well, you can purchase this either with or without the the Aurora Edition, which does include the game (on top of a steelbook case, an artbook, and the expansion pass). Bundled with the Aurora Edition, the package costs $234.99, not including the postage costs. Include the postage costs to the US, and the total price comes up to $280.

A trailer introducing and showing off the collector’s edition and all its contents has also been released, which you can take a look at below. Metro Exodus launches on February 22, 2019 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Apparently, its script is longer than the previous two games put together.


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