Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Halo 4: Limited Edition vs Standard Edition

Hello fellow Reclaimers. In case you didn't notice it today, 343 announced the Limited edition of Halo 4. The extras are:


o the UNSC Infinity Briefing Packet, which includes an armor customization schematic, a blueprint of the massive ship itself, and insight into what it means to be one of humanity’s finest warriors: the Spartan-IVs.

-Bonus digital content through Xbox LIVE:

o Unique in-game Spartan-IV armor skin

o Unique in-game weapon skin for the Assault Rifle

o An exclusive in-game emblem

o Xbox LIVE Avatar prop

o Xbox LIVE Avatar Spartan-IV armor set

· “Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn” Special Edition – An extended 90-minute version of the live-action digital series that will bring the “Halo” universe to life as you’ve never seen it, and provide an enthralling backstory leading up to the events of “Halo 4.”

o “Halo 4” Limited Edition also includes the following exclusive videos:

§ Bonus in-fiction content expanding the characters and stories of
“Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn”

§ Special Featurette: Bringing Gaming into Reality

§ Making of “Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn”

     The point of this thread is to show you why you should go for the Limited over the standard. First off, the standard retails at $59.99. there are going to be 3 map packs, which normally go for 800 MSP (or 10 bucks a pop) so that's roughly $30. Bringing you're total up to 89.99. "but Mix," you say, "That's ten dollars cheaper than the LE. Why not just do that?" Well, you also get a packet (a la Art Book) which would retail at about $15 by it's self, the "Halo: Forward Unto Dawn"s Director's Cut web-series, plus a plethora of in game add-ons that the most die-hard Halo fans will really appreciate.
     The point is, if you want a standard copy of the Biggest game of the year, then sure, get the standard edition, but if you want the full experience, then pick up the Limited Edition.

Halo 4 releases on November 6th, 2012.

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