The much-delayed UK release of RPG title Two Worlds II (out in the US since November) will be available as a ‘Royal’ collector’s edition from 4 February.
That’s another minor delay to the previously-mooted release date of 25 January, but not one which should cause much concern. Standard editions of the game will also be released in the UK on 4 February.
Inside the ‘Royal’ edition, players will find a world map of Antaloor, a deck of Two Worlds II playing cards, a Dragon Queen statuette, a ‘limited edition collectable’, exclusive in-game weapons and a bonus DVD filled with music, artwork and a making-of documentary. Phew.
This edition will be available exclusively through GAME and is limited to 2,500 copies. The PC version will set you back £55.00 GBP, while the PS3/360 versions are £70.00 GBP apiece.

Paul Younger
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