Destiny Ghost Edition with release date

The Destiny Ghost Edition release date is fast approaching because it is on the 9th of September, and we know that you would have already done your homework as to where the best bargain can be found for your chosen platform.

We already know with past experience that the price of games vary a little from retailer to retailer, and so we thought we would take a look at one of the more popular game retailers in the US. Destiny Ghost Edition at GameStop has four platform choices, the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and the Xbox One, all of which will cost you $149.99. We do find it strange how it costs the same amount of money for the old generation consoles and the new generation.

No doubt people will want to know how much Destiny Ghost Edition costs in stores such as EB Games and we can tell you the cost is $164.99 Canadian. You might be interested to learn that you can already see Destiny Ghost Edition on eBay, as people have already started to sell their pre-ordered copy for hundreds, and in some case thousands, which does seem a little too desperate to us.

Included in Destiny Ghost Edition is the game itself, a Limited Edition Steel Book, Ghost replica, Guardian Folio, Postcards from the Golden Age, Unique Ghost Casing, Exclusive Player Ship Skin and Emblem, as well as a Destiny Expansion Pass. For more details on this version of the game we ask that you visit the official Destiny the Game website.

Destiny Ghost Edition vs. Limited Edition – The two versions are very similar, but where they differ is how the Ghost version comes with the Ghost replica, which has Peter Dinklage’s voice. There is also a letter of introduction, as well as various Golden Age Relics. You can also see more details on Destiny Limited Edition here.

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