$130 Gets You Killzone 3 Inside a Replica Helghast Helmet


Quick- what has two glowing red eyes, is a PS3 exclusive, and comes with an action figure, art book and DLC “Super Voucher” stowed away inside a giant Helghast helmet?

Buzz. Time’s up. It’s the Killzone 3 Helghast Edition, silly!

The Killzone 3 Helghast Edition launches alongside the standard edition on February 22, 2011, and for the tidy sum of $129.99, this is what you get:

  • Authentic Helghast Helmet replica opens to reveal art book, Super Voucher and Killzone 3 game.

  • Exclusive Cloaking Helghast Marksman action figure is 6.5” tall with multiple articulation points and will not be sold at retail

  • Includes bonus video content giving you a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the game.

  • Exclusive art book featuring imagery from the Killzone universe

  • Super Voucher includes: Killzone 3 soundtrack and PS3 Dynamic Theme, Retro Map Pack featuring two of the most popular multiplayer maps from Killzone 2, Double XP for the first 24 hours of multiplayer gameplay, and full access to all weapons and abilities during the first 24 hours of multiplayer gameplay.

  • Killzone 3 Helghast Edition and Pre-order Bonuses Detailed [PlayStation.Blog]

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