For those of you looking forward to Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, we thought we might let you in on a couple of spicy extras you can get if you decide to grab yourself of the Special Edition instead.
GAME, one of the top European computer games retailers has revealed two additional contents that come with the Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Special Edition copy that include a game manual that can be folded out into a “map style sheet” and an additional in-game multiplayer bonus. The Power Hunter Kickback will let you see all the available high-level weapon classes on the map you are playing which is pretty cool.
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Game has made a detailed list of what comes with the Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Special Edition, which now include that of the two additional contents we listed above.
Along with the map style sheet and The Power Hunter Kickback, GAME is also offering an ‘ancient treasure’ style book that shows off illustrated pages with concept art, renders and screenshots and x5 multiplayer DLC’s that are redeemable via PSN. These include: -Character Skin and weapon (allows you to customise your avatar and weapon with a particular skin), Cash multiplier (earn in-game cash faster to purchase upgrades), Avatar decals Pack (decals set to customise your avatar), Upper Cut Taunt (allows players to perform an upper cut taunt move, Great for bragging rights when playing online) and of course the Power Hunter Kickback (ability to see all higher weapon classes on the map) which we have already mentioned.
Unfortunatly for US and North American users, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Special Edition is only available in European countries and will cost 59.99 Euros. Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Special Edition will be release exclusively on PlayStation 3 on November 1st, 2011.
More information regarding the added extras and the Explorer Edtion can be found on the official PlayStation Blog.
Will you be buying Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Special Edition, or just the standard version? Is there enough in the Special Edition to keep you satisfied?