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Elder Scrolls Online Collector’s Editions Revealed

Posted January 31, 2014 by Kat in News

Bethesda has made announcement of the collector’s editions that will be available for the forthcoming Elder Scrolls Online.  The physical version of what is being called The Imperial Edition will come with loads of digital and physical goodies; including  12″ Molag Bal statue, a 224-page Improved Emperor’s Guide to Tamriel, and a 21″x26″ map of Tamriel.  On the digital side of things, bonus content will include the ability to play as an Imperial, complete with white Imperial horse, Rings of Mara content, and a Mudcrab vanity pet.  The Imperial Edition will cost $99.99.

For those looking to get the digital version of the Imperial Edition, it costs a somewhat less $79.99, and includes all of the bonus digital content.

These announcements come shortly after the release of a new trailer called “Arrival.”  Elder Scrolls Online will launch for the PC and Mac on April 4, while console editions for Xbox One and PS4 will be out in June.

Source: Joystiq

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