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Warhammer 40K: Space Marine – Collector’s Edition announced

We have some rather exciting news now for those of you that are thinking about buying Relic Entertainment’s forthcoming Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine game, as the publisher THQ has just announced that the much-anticipated third-person action game is getting a special Collector’s Edition.

According to Fred Dutton over at the special Warhammer 40K: Space Marine Collector’s Edition comes with a soundtrack CD, a hardback art book, a 10-inch replica Purity Seal and 25 character information cards. The Collector’s Edition is available at selected retailers, with a price of £79.99.

The Collector’s Edition wasn’t the only information that THQ recently revealed either, as they also announced details for a number of pre-order bonuses. For example, if you choose to pre-order the Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine game from GAME or Gamestation you will receive the Elite Armour Pack.

The Elite Armour Pack includes Iron warriors, Black Templar, Space Wolves and Emperor’s Children chapter armour skins. Meanwhile, if you pre-order the game from, Zavvi or you will receive the Golden Relic Chainsword, a primary close combat weapon.

If you pre-order from Blockbuster on the other hand, you will get the Golden Relic Bolter ranged combat weapon. Those who pre-order the PC game through Steam will receive the iconic red and bone coloured armour of the Blood Ravens Chapter, as well as a free copy of the Darksiders PC game.

Are you thinking about buying the Warhammer 40K: Space Marine game?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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