With Mass Effect: Andromeda finally slated to be releasing in late March, BioWare has finally unveiled the Mass Effect: Andromeda Collector’s Edition and its super deluxe edition, which give players that buy them a large amount of cool stuff, including an RC model of the Nomad vehicle, which you’ll drive in the game.
Pre-ordering the special editions, players will not only be getting everything that you get when you pre-order the regular edition of the game (a special Deep Space Explorer armor, a skin for the Nomad, and a multiplayer booster pack), but also a wide variety of other merchandise. These include a casual Pathfinder outfit, a new armor set, four different sets of elite weapons, a pet Pyjak, the game’s soundtrack, and two more multiplayer booster packs.
Along with these comes a collectible RC Nomad vehicle (or a die cast model of the nomad) for individual purchase, or you could get it bundled with the collector editions of the game. It also comes with a handy steelbook case for you to put your copy of Mass Effect: Andromeda in.
However, with all of this new stuff on the Mass Effect: Andromeda Collector’s Edition also comes a higher cost: while the base game will only likely cost around sixty dollars, both of the collector’s editions could run you anywhere from eighty to over a hundred dollars, or even more depending on how expensive all of the stuff bundled in is together.
If you don’t really plan on buying the Mass Effect: Andromeda Collector’s Edition then this may not be a big deal for you. However, if you do want all of that DLC and armor and booster packs in one convenient package (not to mention either of the Nomad toys and, of course, bragging rights) you’d best save up to pre-order one of the collector’s editions before March.
Mass Effect: Andromeda comes out on March 21 in the Americans and March 23 in Europe on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.