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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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