Deadfall Adventures Discovers Collector’s Edition Treasure

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Pushed back from its previous launch target of September 27th, Deadfall Adventures, the first-person shooter blockbuster combining the spirit of an Indiana Jones flick with the fast action of Painkiller, is now due to release on November 15th for PC and Xbox 360. Making up for the wait, Nordic Games will now also be offering a Collector’s Edition set.

The collector’s edition will sell for $49.99 on PC (boxed and Steam) and $59.99 on Xbox 360, both $10 more than their respective standard editions. On Steam and in certain retail territories, pre-order customers will receive a free upgrade from the standard edition to the collector’s edition.

Now let’s take a look at what’s inside!

PC Collector’s Edition:
– The Game
– DLC 1: the Allan Quatermain Revolver skin (single- and multiplayer)
– DLC 2: 3 exclusive multiplayer skins (and they remain exclusive; Arab Mercenary, Arctic Quatermain and Skeleton)
– Making of movie (DVD)
– Original soundtrack (Audio CD)
– Artbook (on disc)
– Manual (printed)

Xbox 360 Collector’s Edition:
– The Game
– Making of movie (DVD)
– Original soundtrack (Audio CD)
– Artbook (on disc)
– Manual (printed)

As for the game itself, raid the gallery below for plenty of shiny new screenshot treasure.

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