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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    About time this game had its own thread, bishes.

    Anyways, here's the pre-order packs:
    https://www.rockstargames.com/newswi...on-and-Collect

    Out of all four editions, i'm gonna get the standard one most likely as there doesn't seem to be anything interesting enough added in to get a special etc edition.

    Wonder how many people will buy the Collectors Box while not realising it doesn't include the game...
    The only thing i want out of the Collectors Box items is the Wheeler, Rawson and Co. Catalogue, as i miss the days of game manuals etc being customised and catered to the game.

    Oh, and:

    BONUS GTA$ FOR DIGITAL PRE-ORDERS
    No matter which version you choose, all digital pre-orders from the PlayStation Store or Xbox Store will receive an immediate infusion of GTA$ to their Maze Bank accounts in GTA Online:

    Red Dead Redemption 2: Standard Edition Digital Pre-Order: Get GTA$500,000
    Red Dead Redemption 2: Special Edition Digital Pre-Order: Get GTA$1,000,000
    Red Dead Redemption 2: Ultimate Edition Digital Pre-Order: Get GTA$2,000,000
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    Junior Potato
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    Christ it’s just a fucking load of tat.

    The only thing I’m interested in is the extra bank heist. All the horses, gameplay boosts, and free weapons can go blow a goat; I’m not paying an extra $20 for all that shit. Good thing is the heist is something that will usually be given away for free after a while on the market.

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    Yeah, was a little surprised, but then not surprised, at how much more expensive each version is aside from the standard edition. The single player extra story content is just two 'missions', which i suspect won't take long to finish.

    I don't fall into the trap of collectors editions now, done that in the past and just end up with a whole lot of extra crap that just sits around gathering dust (lock boxes, models, etc etc). I now consider what i'd do/how i'd feel about each exclusive and then decide from there. Price also plays a big part.

    I'm pretty sure it was a $150 Forza (not sure which game) collectors edition that, after i bought it and had it in my possession, i realised that in hindsight it (and special/collector editions in general) wasn't worth the extra $50, when all it really was was a season pass type thing which will end on on sale at half that price later down the track.

    So now i just buy basic versions (like Far Cry 5) and buy the DLC when it goes cheap enough. Same deal with RDR2 here.

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