Activision has announced new details in regards to the upcoming multiplatform video game, "Call of Duty Advanced Warfare." According to a report from Polygon on July 29, the publisher dislcosed two special editions for the first-person shooter. Compared to the previous installments of the series, the company appears to be scaling back on the physical extras in order to focus more on the digital bonuses.
The Atlas Limited Edition includes an advanced soldier manual, steel book case and official digital soundtrack. The in-game bonuses come with the Atlas Helmet, Atlas Exoskeleton, Atlas 45 AE Pistol, Bal-27 AE Assault Rifle, Exoskeleton Upgrade Token for the single-player campaign as well as five supply drops. The entire package is priced at $79.99, $20 more than the standalone regular version.
The "Call of Duty Advanced Warfare" Pro Edition comes with all of the above along with a season pass. Activision is planning to release four packs after the launch of the first-person shooting title. The expansions usually cost $14.99 each while the season pass costs $49.99 previously. At $119.99, the publisher is giving the most hardcore fans of the series an addition $10 in saving as opposed to buying all products separately.
In related news, Aus Gamers confirmed that Activision is going to provide a first look at the game's multiplayer during an event on Aug. 11. The "Call of Duty" series is best known for its additive online elements. Despite the frequent competition over the years, no other first-person shooting franchises have came close to matching its popularity.
The Atlas Limited Edition and Pro Edition are limited only to the PS3, Xbox 360, PS4 and Xbox One consoles. The same video game can also be bought on the PC. All versions are slated to come out on Nov. 4 in North America and other regions. An image of the Pro Edition from the official "Call of Duty" Twitter page can be viewed near the top of this article.