Call of Duty: World at War Collector’s Edition Unveiled

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Another day, another big holiday release gets the Collector’s Edition treatment. Today it happens to be Call of Duty: World at War‘s turn. It’ll be available only for the PC and Xbox 360 versions (I guess Activision doesn’t care about treating their PS3 fans) at $70 and $80 respectively and include the following:

Day 1 Edge: Dominate your rivals online and rank up faster with your instantly available FG 42 Machine Gun. The FG 42 is a high-level (45+) machine gun which you can have from day-one. Saw through your opponents from 50 yards with this fast firing machine gun.

Double Experience: Take advantage of a week of double experience in multiplayer to accelerate your advancement. (Limited time offer. Exact date for week of double experience will be announced on CallOfDuty.com, register online to receive confirmation of date and time and other key information.)

Colored Clan Tag: Identify your VIP-status in multiplayer with a uniquely colored clan tag.

Stainless Steel Canteen: Authentic 8-ounce brushed stainless steel Call of Duty branded canteen.

Metal Storage Tin: Featuring Call of Duty inspired artwork, this collectable metal storage tin provides enough space to store multiple games and their cases.

That’s a pretty nice package there (the storage tin and canteen sure are purty!), though maybe $10 overpriced for what is mostly a lot of bonus multiplayer DLC. Personally, I’m not a fan of CE’s that offer in-game upgrades like this. Skins and stuff like that are cool, but to give a competitive day-one advantage to those who pay more for the game opposed to those who either don’t want to or can’t afford more than the regular edition just doesn’t sit well with me.

Call Of Duty: World At War Limited Collector’s Edition! [Call of Duty Headquarters]

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