E3 2014: Far Cry 4 Kyrat Edition is a Box Full of Himalayan Treasure

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Not to be outdone by the Assassin’s Creed: Unity collector’s edition, Far Cry 4 has an extravagant collector’s package of its own called the Kyrat Edition.

Inside the fetching collector’s box you’ll find these items:

• 7.9 inch figurine of the villain Pagan Min seated on an elephant throne
• 16.5×30 inch Pagan Min propaganda poster & Travel Journal
• Map of the Himalayan open-world of Kyrat

Plus a limited edition copy of the game containing the following DLC bonus pack:

Hurk’s Redemption Missions
It consists in 60 minutes of gameplay including, 3 extra missions and 1 exclusive weapon.

Three action-packed single-player missions featuring your pal Hurk (20 mins each):

Mission 1: Fight dangerous enemies in the ice caves of snow-capped mountains to retrieve a rare artifact.
Mission 2: Fight waves of enemies while riding an unusual vehicle with Hurk by your side.
Mission 3: In this epic bro-tastic conclusion, chase down an enemy convoy and save Hurk from certain death.

Exclusive Weapon: Harpoon gun “the Impaler”!
Use this modified whale hunting Harpoon with a Unique Skin Pack to shoot harpoon stakes!

The Far Cry 4 Kyrat Edition can be yours for the lofty sum of $129.99. It is available for pre-order now at Amazon.com on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Far Cry 4 is scheduled to launch on November 18th.

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