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Call of Duty: WW2 Will Have Many Editions to Choose From

Activision has revealed that Call of Duty: WW2 will be getting a number of special editions for players to purchase, including the Valour edition which comes with a massive statue.

In recent years Call of Duty has been known for some of its ridiculously lavish special editions, and despite the series going back to its roots with Call of Duty: WW2, it won’t be missing out on its own collection of extravagant collector’s editions.

First, there’s the Call of Duty: WW2 Pro Edition which comes with the base game, the Season Pass, a Steelbook case, and of course, The Division Pack. An exclusive bundle that gives players 5 Premium Gear Sets. This will set you back £89.99.

Next up, there’s the Call of Duty: WW2 Special Edition, this edition is pretty packed full of content, but luckily it all comes in a limited edition backpack! The Special Edition offers a copy of the game, the Season Pass, a lenticular poster featuring a nazi zombie from the game’s zombie mode, and the aforementioned backpack which is in the style of a WW2 bag.

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The bag itself comes with magnetic straps to keep it shut, a shoulder strap which can be fashioned to turn the bag into a messenger bag, and finally it offers removable and changeable patches.

The Special Edition will cost you $149.99 though it seems this edition is only available in the US right now.

Finally, there’s the Call of Duty: WW2 Valor Collection Pro, this edition comes with everything in the Pro Edition and then some. It’ll also come with the lenticular poster, pins and patches, and of course a massive bronze statue inspired by the D-Day landings. Apparently this comes in two flavours, one with and without the Season pass.

Right now, this looks to only be available at EB Games in Australia. Below is a look at the edition via both EB Games and Sledgehammer Games’ Michael Condrey.

As for the cost, well it’s currently listed for AU$269.95 for the “Pro” version of the Valor Collection, or there’s the cheaper AU$229.95 which comes without the Season Pass.

It’s odd that these are only available in certain locations, so I guess if you’re a Call of Duty super fan, you’ve got some importing to do.

Call of Duty: WW2 is set to launch worldwide on November 3. A beta is also due later this year.