Photo courtesy ign.com
Photo courtesy ign.com

Everything about Titanfall is big. The game itself has had nothing but big talk and big impressions since its announcement at E3. You get to control┬ábig mechs called titans and now the collector’s edition is going big also.

Developer Respawn has announced that [amazon_link id=”B00DB9JYFY” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Titanfall[/amazon_link] will release on March 11, 2014 on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.

The collector’s edition will feature an 18″ statue of a massive titan on the battlefield with LED lights, a hardcover art book and a schematic of an Atlas titan. It can be yours for only $249.99.

Yeah, you read it right.

I am ready to play Titanfall. It is most likely 30-40% of why I am getting an [amazon_link id=”B00CMQTVMI” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Xbox One[/amazon_link]┬ábut I think we have found the line of what I am willing to pay for a collector’s edition. I will just buy a Wii U or make a car payment.

It is still impressive though.

 

One response to “Titanfall Releasing March 11th, Collector’s Edition Cost Half An Xbox One”

  1. Trey Sterling Avatar
    Trey Sterling

    I think this one will come back on them. $150 has become the standard for statue editions, and while I understand that this statue is a bit more extensive, and that the art book is “full-sized” instead of the standard mini books, $250 is pushing it. If this were the final game in a trilogy, maybe, but this is essentially a launch title, and that kind of money puts you well on your way toward another console.

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