E3 2014: The Order: 1886 Has Two Special Editions


Ready at Dawn’s splendid-looking third-person shooter twist on the legend of King Arthur was recently delayed to next year. Disappointing news for sure, but look at it this way–at least now you have more time to save up some extra cash to possibly afford one of the two special edition packages being offered for the PlayStation 4 exclusive.

The Order: 1886 is now available for pre-order in a Collector’s Edition and a Premium Edition. The more affordable $79.99 Collector’s Edition contains a 7-inch statue of protagonist Sir Galahad taking cover from incoming fire, a “Coat of Arms” sticker pack, a collectible steelbook case, and bonus digital content including The Knight’s Arsenal DLC, the official soundtrack, and behind-the-scenes footage.


That’s a pretty nice package, but it ain’t got nothing on the Premium Edition. For nearly double the price — that’s $149.99 — you’ll get the Collector’s Edition goodies plus a hardback art book with a hidden compartment storing a replica Blackwater vial on a chain, as well as a classier collector’s box. Oh yeah, and that 7-inch statue will be replaced for a 13-inch statue depicting Galahad’s duel with a Lycan, the new werewolf-like enemies that were just revealed in the game’s E3 2014 trailer seen below.

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