Lord of the Rings Collector’s Edition Details Announced

on July 5, 2011 1:00 PM

Details have emerged on the inevitable Collector’s Edition and pre-order bonuses for the upcoming Lord of the Rings: War in the North and they’re actually kind of interesting. The Collector’s Edition will retail for $130. For details on it’s contents and the various pre-order bonuses available keep reading after the break. Collector’s Edition (MSRP $129.99)

  • Ranger of the North Quiver Case
  • War in the North art book featuring concept art of key characters in the game, various enemies and beautiful environments in Middle-earth
  • Inside Look: The Music of War in the North—content includes: interviews and footage of legendary composer Inon Zur at Abbey Road Studios and the E3 2011 Concert event, along with three tracks from the game soundtrack
  • Ranger of the North Avatar for Xbox Live (Xbox 360 sku) – includes the Ranger armor set, helmet, quiver and bow
  • War in the North Theme Pack (PS3 sku) – includes War in the North wallpaper, fonts, icons and much more!
  • The Lord of the Rings: War in the North video game

Pre-Order Bonuses

  • Amazon: Early access to Part Two of the tie-in digital comic by Brian Wood (Demo, DMZ, Local) and the Orc Champion Sword in-game.
  • Best Buy: Elf Theme Pack – Exclusive Elven sword, armor and helmet and the Lothlorien Challenge Map.
  • GameStop: Human Theme Pack – Exclusive Human Ranger sword, armor and helmet and the Osgiliath Challenge Map.
  • Target: Three exclusive tracks from the War in the North soundtrack.
  • Toys R Us: Limited Edition War in the North poster signed by Jim Lee and access to Parts One and Two of the War in the North Digital Comic at launch.
  • Wal-Mart: Dwarf Theme Pack – Exclusive sword, armor and helmet.
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