Game publisher Activision revealed there will be not one, but three collector's edition versions of its upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare video game.
The first of these collector's editions is the "Atlas Limited Edition" ($80). Inspired by the fictional Atlas Corporation -- the leading Private Military Corporation (PMC) in 2054 and led by the influential Jonathan Irons -- it comes with both digital and physical content. Expanding beyond the basic game software, it will include a bonus multiplayer map called Atlas Gorge, a collectible SteelBook, the game's official soundtrack, and the "Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier Manual". Also included is the Atlas Digital Content Pack, which is a collection of digital content, includes an Atlas-themed exoskeleton, Atlas-themed weaponry, and so on.
Collector's Edition pack number two is the "Atlas Pro Edition". For $120, it includes everything mentioned in the above Atlas Limited Edition as well as the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare season pass. The pass gives players access to four DLC map packs.
Priced at a cool $100, the "Atlas Digital Pro Edition" also includes all of the digital content found in the Atlus Limited Edition. It also comes bundled with the game's season pass for access to Advanced Warfare's four DLC map packs. Also included with this version is the "Atlas Digital Edition Personalization Pack," the details of which have yet to be divulged by Activision.
The base game without all of the extras will retail for $70 at launch.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare releases in November and is being developed by Northern California based Sledgehammer Games for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Versions for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are also in the works.