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Before anyone cries “money-grab!” however, Crytek confirm that the Limited Edition will be available “for no extra cost.” It will simply be, as it’s name suggests, Limited.
The pre-order only Nano Edition on the other hand, will set you back $150.0 USD / £120.0 GBP.
Here’s what the Limited Edition has in store:
– Enough bonus experience points for early access to all 5 preset multiplayer class load-outs.
– SCAR hologram and weapon skin (pictured below) – the hologram can be used to project a fake image to confuse opponents, while the weapon skin is just for show.
– One-of-a-kind platinum dog tag. One of over 250 collectible in Crysis 2’s multiplayer.
Meanwhile, here’s what you can expect for your Nano Edition cash:
– The Limited Edition above, housed in a steel case.
– An 11″/28 cm statue of the game’s hero “Prophet” on top of a New York taxi cab.
– A art book, described as “high quality.”
– Even more external packaging, “modeled after” the nanosuit itself, which houses all of the above.
The Nano Edition, as mentioned, is pre-order only (though there doesn’t appear to be a link to do so at present) and will not be available in stores. The Limited Edition will be available “while supplies last.”