Here’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’s Collector’s Edition

There is no Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order title without a limited and/or collector’s edition, and Respawn Entertainment didn’t skip the opportunity either.

Eurogamer reports that everything in this paragraph is probably going to be exclusive to the United Kingdom where only GAME will sell the collector version of the game for a hundred quid. (About 120 dollars.) The collector’s box will be a light-up version. There will be an inner gift box, a pin badge set featuring the characters of the game, plus there will be a few metallic gold foil printed art cards. You might have missed something from the list. Indeed, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is indeed missing from the package! It’s disappointing, but seeing how Electronic Arts is the publisher, we’re not surprised at all. Also, it’s possible to get just the Steelbook for the game’s standard version (or 60 GBP) or Deluxe Edition (70 GBP). The Steelbook is looking solid. You can look at the images below. (The Collector’s Box contents can be bought separately, but we have no idea if it will even be sold outside the UK…)

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been silent since EA Play, as nor Respawn Entertainment, neither Electronic Arts have shown a lot of it (it was mostly in silence, and we still remember how in the Twitch chat, it was called LIDL Sekiro…). Let’s hope that Respawn has been working hard on the game to make it memorable.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which will not have multiplayer or loot boxes, will launch on November 15 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. One week after Need For Speed: Heat, it’s weird timing from Electronic Arts. (In 2016, Titanfall 2 was flopping in sales as it was launched too close to Battlefield 1…)

Source: Eurogamer

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