TRION has revealed the contents of the Collector’s Edition for their upcoming MMORPG which is currently in Beta testing again this week. So far the game has been very well received by the MMO community and they are offering some great bonuses in the Collector’s Edition.
Available only at select retailers, the special edition includes the following exclusive items in addition to the game client DVD:  
— Exclusive in-game digital items:  

Ancient Tartagon Mount: Available at level 20, this turtle mount increases player speed by 60%
Collector’s Satchel: Increases the size of your primary backpack to 24 slots
Bogling Wastrel: This unique pet sets you apart from the other Ascended

— Exclusive in-box premium items:

8GB USB Drive: Exclusive flash drive branded with the Rift logo
Official Rift Soundtrack: Featuring 17 epic tracks from acclaimed game composer Inon Zur
SteelSeries gaming mouse pad featuring detailed art of a blistering Fire Rift   
Telara Chronicles Trade Hardcover: All five issues of the gripping graphic novel miniseries based on the Rift universe in one limited-edition hardbound book

Those who pre-order either the standard or Collector’s Edition of Rift will receive their choice of the following in-game pets: Cockatrice Chick, Deep One Spawnling or Hellhound Pup. Additionally, players who pre-purchase the game at select retailers will get one of the following exclusive weapon enchantments. Each rune grants your character +3 Endurance and protects against that element.
— Blazing Sourcestone Rune (Steam): Fire touches your weapon, causing it to burst into flame. (+10 Fire Resist)
— Crystalline Sourcestone Rune (Amazon): Earth touches you weapon, encasing it in crystal. (+10 Earth Resist)
— Shrouded Sourcestone Rune (Trion direct and all other 3rd party digital retailers): Death touches your weapon, shrouding it in darkness. (+10 Death Resist)
To follow all the RIFT news as it happens, stay tuned to RIFT: IncGamers.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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