08 Apr

Even though an official release date has yet to be announced, Blizzard has detailed the Collector’s Edition for the first episode of the StarCraft II trilogy. The StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Collector’s Edition will be available at a suggested retail price of $99.99, which constitutes a $40 premium over the regular version. Besides the regular game, the package will include:

  • A 176-page book containing artwork of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty
  • A 2Gb USB Flash-drive, preloaded with the original StarCraft from 1998, and the expansion pack to this game, StarCraft: Brood War from that same year. The flash-drive will be shaped as a replica of Jim Raynor’s dogtags.
  • A CD containing theĀ StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty soundtrack
  • Exclusive customization options for Blizzard’s online portal ‘Battle.net’ as well as an in-game pet for use in World of Warcraft. This exclusive pet will resemble the Terran Heavy-Assault Mech known as the Thor.
  • A StarCraft comic book issue #0, which forms a prequel to the comic series.
  • A DVD containing over an hour of interviews with the developers as well as video footage of the game.

Blizzard Entertainment has stated that the final release date for Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty will be announced in the comming weeks.

4 thoughts on “StarCraft II Collector’s Edition Detailed”

  1. WE don’t know if SCII will cost $59.99, but seeing as how PC titles usually go for $49.99, it would be a $50 price hike.

    After reading that, I think I am going to change my pre-order to the collectors edition, that is worth all the cash, considering that the original SC Battlechest goes for $20, and a Sound track would go for the same price, everything is justified.

    1. Ok, I just read an article on the same subject, and they are saying that it is a suggested $60 title. That sucks, PC games are getting marked up, that sucks. But I am a sucker for awesome Collector’s Editions and Starcraft.

      1. All prices are going up… but 59.99 isn’t unreasonable… and thats DEFINITELY a 40 dollar value for the CE.

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