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Bethesda has just revealed that it will be offering a limited edition collectible package for Wolfenstein: The New Order. The Panzerhund Edition is now available for pre-order, and costs $100. This edition will be limited to 5,000 units and comes packed in a vintage footlocker-style box that will be stamped with a number plate.

The Panzerhund Edition will contain the following bonus items:

  • An 8 inch fully articulated hand-painted Panzerhund statue and base
  • Classified folder containing salvaged secret war documents including maps, case files, letters, blueprints and an x-ray
  • A set of 14 full-color ‘vintage’ postcards from Wolfenstein’s alternate 1960’s, bound in a display book
  • Three embroidered patches
  • Custom replica dog tags
  • An exclusive Steelbook case to house your copy of the game **Actual game sold separately.
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GAME SOLD SEPARATELY!

Hopefully you read that last line closely, because the Panzerhund Edition doesn’t come with a copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order! The game ships separately, so in total, if you want this limited edition offering you’ll be spending upwards of $160. The reason for the Panzerhund Edition not containing the game is so Bethesda can send it out worldwide without delaying it in territories where the game hasn’t been released yet.

Panzerhund hates quarters
Panzerhund hates quarters

Wolfenstein: The New Order is set to release on May 20, 2014 alongside the Panzerhund Edition, and it will then release on May 23rd in Europe. If you’re interested in obtaining the Panzerhund Edition you can reserve your unit over at Bethesda’s store.

 

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