Ubisoft, via a press release has unveiled the various collector’s editions of Ghost Recon Wildlands that will be available when the game launches.
The Deluxe Edition will be available in retail and digital stores. It contains the base game and the digital Deluxe Pack which includes the Huntsman rifle and motorbike, 3 emblems, 3 weapon camos, 3 character customisation items and an XP booster. Purchasing the retail version of the Deluxe Edition includes a physical copy of the in-game map of Bolivia and the game’s original soundtrack.
The Gold Edition will also be available in retail and digital stores and includes the game’s Season Pass which will give player access to two major expansions and exclusive digital content such as equipment packs, an exclusive vehicle and weapons. The Gold Edition comes with the Deluxe Pack content too.
Next on the ladder is the Calavera Collector’s Case which is exclusive to the Uplay Shop. It comes with everything in the Gold Edition, as well as a fully functional Ghost’s Audio Headset replica for use on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It also contains a Santa Blanca Cartel Skull, an in-game map of Bolivia, the original soundtrack of the game, a Bolivian carrying pouch and three postcards of Bolivia.
The Fallen Angel Edition is exclusive to EB Games. It includes a Fallen Angel figurine, the official soundtrack, physical map of Bolivia, the Season Pass and the Digital Deluxe Pack. The price is currently listed at $199.95 on the EB Games website.
Meanwhile, exclusively to JB Hi-Fi is the Limited Edition which includes an exclusive Steelbook. It’s current price on the JB Hi-Fi website is $89.
All pre-orders of Ghost Recon Wildlands will include a bonus mission, ‘The Peruvian Connection’, which sees players heading to the high mountains of Bolivia “to break the alliance between the Santa Blanca and Peruvian Cartels.
In the same press release, Ubisoft also announced the release of a new trailer for Ghost Recon Wildlands called We are Ghosts.
Ghost Recon Wildlands was revealed at E3 2015, it would be a wise guess to expect more of it at this year’s E3. You can see some of Analog Addiction’s other E3 2016 predictions at this link.
Nathan Manning is an Xbox Editor for AnalogAddiction. He thoroughly enjoyed the last Ghost Recon game, Future Solider. You can talk Ghost Recon with him on Twitter @Nathan_M96 and follow @AnalogAddiction.