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Square Enix Reveals Tomb Raider Collector’s Edition

Square Enix has announced that Tomb Raider will launch with a Collector's Edition when the game arrives at retailers on March 5, 2013.

Square Enix has announced that Tomb Raider will launch with a Collector’s Edition when the game arrives at retailers on March 5, 2013.

In North America the Tomb Raider Collector’s Edition will cost $99 on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (a PC version of the game will be available via digital download, however, the PC Collector’s Edition details are listed as “pending”), and comes with a copy of the game in addition to the following:

  • Endurance Survival Kit Packaging: A survival tin salvaged from the ill-fated Endurance.
  • Play Arts Kai Lara Croft Figurine: Fully posable figurine with over 40 points of articulation. The dirt on her body and clothes has been realistically recreated to tell the tale of Lara’s fierce fight for survival on a desolate island. Comes with alternate set of three (3) hands, bow and arrow, shotgun, handgun, and climbing axe. Figure Size: Approx 8.0” Tall.
  • 15” x 19” Double Sided Island Map and Poster: Discover key landmarks from the mysterious island of Yamati, where Lara Croft and her fellow castaways were marooned after the Endurance shipwreck. On the reverse is a poster size image of the box art that epitomizes Lara’s origin story.
  • Lithographic Print: 5” x 7” heavy stock lithograph print with matte frame, designed by Crystal Dynamic’s Senior Art Director, Brian Horton. Painting by Brenoch Adams.
  • Experience Shields: Three Iron-on badges of the game’s key icons: Animal Instincts, Climbing Axe, Fire Arrow.
  • CD Soundtrack: Tomb Raider Original Soundtrack ‘Survivalist cut’: A collection of 10 tracks totaling over 60 minutes of music from the game.
  • Downloadable Content: Weapons Pack – A selection of weapons to help Lara survive against the island’s inhabitants.

Square Enix also announced that Tomb Raider will come in a Survival Edition and Collector’s Edition in Europe. The main differences between the North American and European versions is that the lithographic print has been swapped out for a 32-page art book, and the Survival Edition lacks the “survival tin” and Lara figurine. Pricing was not announced for either European package.

Source: Square Enix 

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