Tabula Rasa Limited Collector’s Edition Innards Exposed

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NCsoft has released the first details on a Limited Collector’s Edition Game Pack for the upcoming fall release of Richard Garriott’s Tabula Rasa. Pictured above, the Collector’s Edition pack comes will all sorts of sweet loot, including a briefing from Richard Garriott’s game character General British, classified maps, an Allied Free Sentients (AFS) field guide, dog tags, an AFS challenge coin, a special edition poster and a “Making of Tabula Rasa” DVD. A bunch of exclusive in-game items come with the purchase too, things like a special character emote, a unique pet and dye recipes, plus one free month of play time. The only mystery here is cost, as a price for the LE box wasn’t issued in today’s press release.

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“The Limited Collector’s Edition we have put together for Tabula Rasa is loaded with cool things for players who really get into the role-playing aspect of the game,” said Executive Producer Richard Garriott. “Regular players will find the maps and field guide useful as they move full-force into the game’s fast-paced action. Other items, like the dog tags and challenge coins, bring home the ‘brothers in arms’ feeling of this game even when you aren’t playing.”

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