What do you want to see in a Collector's Edition for the upcoming Just Cause 3 ?

That's the very question developer Avalanche Studios and publisher Square Enix has asked the gaming public.

If you go here , you can vote for the items you'd like to see included in a special bundle package for the highly anticipated sequel. There are 12 total options; you might take to the super cool remote-control helicopter, for instance, or maybe you'd rather have a grappling hook replica, a 9" Rico statue, or some diecast vehicles. There's even a destructible statue/puzzle. When you're done voting, you can sign up for a mailing list that will tell you when the final contents have been announced.

Obviously, we don't have a price yet because they don't know what to put in it. Bear in mind that if everyone picks all the pricier stuff, you'll have to shell out a bit more. We also don't have an exact date for Just Cause 3 but it's supposed to release this holiday season for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Related Game(s): Just Cause 3

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LimitedVertigo
LimitedVertigo
5 years ago

Multiplayer. Just throw that in and I'll gladly pay extra.

tridon
tridon
5 years ago

Art book, map and I guess SteelBook (though I'd much rather have a nice slipcover and Digipack). I don't like dust collectors, so no thanks to the statues/replicas. Keep it small and sleek and I'll be happy.

kraygen
kraygen
5 years ago

My biggest question is quality. If the map is just printed on some glossy paper, I'll pass. If the statues and replicas are all cheap junk, I'll pass.

Basically, regardless of what they go with, I'd rather pay more for something nice, than pay more for some cheap junk.

Rachet_JC_FTW
Rachet_JC_FTW
5 years ago

whats his face with his crappling hock hanging onto or off something would be cool

maybe an art book or a sound track or concept art book those are always cool i got one of those with AC4

but nothing that feels cheap really other wise what are we paying for

happy gaming