Alan Wake PC Collector’s Edition Detailed
If you’re one of those gamers who missed out on Alan Wake on the Xbox 360 and are eagerly awaiting its release on PC, you might be interested in checking out the Collector’s Edition because it’s got some things that, for lack of a better set of words, are really cool.
The Collector’s Edition of Remedy’s story-based thriller includes a bonus disc featuring The History of Remedy, The Making of Alan Wake, The Making Of A Thriller, music videos by The Old Gods Of Asgard, a few game trailers and a Storyboard movie clip that includes concept art.
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But wait, there’s more!
Also included is The Alan Wake Files, a 144-page book that investigates the mysterious incidents surrounding Alan Wake and Bright Falls, compiled by fictitious author Clay Steward, plus six post cards featuring different scenes from the game itself, seven stickers of different scenes and characters, and a double-sided poster.
Like the standard version, both DLC packs are included with the main game, as well as the official soundtrack for the game.
Now this is how a Collector’s Edition is done.
The PC version is out March 2nd. Is it on your shopping list?