Deus Ex: Human Revolution Collector's Edition Info

By Jonathan Barnes, 7 years ago
Do you like the Deus Ex franchise?

Do you like paying more money for tchotchkes and in-game items?

Do you live in Europe, Australia or New Zealand?

If you answered "yes" to all three questions, do I have exciting news for you!

In a press release issued today, Square Enix has revealed that it will be releasing an "extremely limited, exclusive" Collector's Edition of Deus Ex: Human Revolution in Australia, New Zealand and "select European countries".

The rarer-than-unobtanium Collector's Edition will include:

* Highly collectable Adam Jensen action figurine designed by Play Arts Kai
* Explosive Mission Pack: An entirely new mission with a special cameo appearance from one of the original DEUS EX characters
* Exclusive in-game weapons: Automatic Unlocking Device, M-28 Utility Remote-Detonated Explosive Device (UR-DED), Linebacker G-87 multiple shot grenade launcher, Huntsman Silverback Double-Barrel Shotgun, SERSR Longsword Whisperhead silenced sniper rifle
* 10,000 extra credits to buy or upgrade weapons
* DVD featuring a 44-minute “making of” special, 30-minute game soundtrack, motion-comic (adapted from DC Comics’ official series), E3 trailer and animated storyboard
* 40-page art book

Square Enix also released a picture of this hyper-ultra-double-secret-probation exclusive package:

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Square Enix has also revealed that the boxes of each copy of this super-rare-double-rainbow Collector's Edition will be numbered for collectors.

Unfortunately, no pricing details for this rarer-than-a-Mr.-Pibb-Machine-in-a-desert-oasis Collector's Edition were divulged.

If you don't live in one of the selected areas and can't purchase this endangered-species-rare Collector's Edition, you may still buy the Augmented Edition or Standard Edition of Deus Ex: Human Revolution which we detailed here back in March.
Jonathan Barnes
Written by Jonathan Barnes
Jonathan has been a news/views contributor since 2010. When he's not writing reviews, features, and opinion pieces, he spends his days working as an informal science educator and his nights as an international man of mystery.