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Alan Wake PC digital, retail and collector’s editions detailed

Friday, 10th February 2012 01:54 GMT By Brenna Hillier

The PC version of Alan Wake – which boasts a visual upgrade, stereoscopic 3D and multi-screen support – comes in several flavours, including a fancy pants retail collector’s edition.

You can grab Alan Wake on Steam from February 16, with other digital distributors joining in sometime thereafter. A standard Steam copy goes for $30, including all DLC, or $35 for the collector’s edition.

But if you can stick it out till March 2, the retail version includes a lot of goodies. The standard package comes with a soundtrack CD, poster, and sticket set, while the special edition has a bonus disc and booklet.

Get the full details below, courtesy of Eurogamer.

    Standard Edition:

  • Premium packaging
  • Disc 1: Main game plus both DLCs – “The Signal” and “The Writer”.
  • Disc 2: OST of the game including 13 Tracks (Audio-CD).
  • Six post cards with different pictures/scenes from the game.
  • Manual.
  • One poster (printed on both sides).
  • Seven stickers with different pictures/scenes/characters from the game.
    Collector’s Edition

  • Premium packaging.
  • Disc 1: Main game plus both DLCs “The Signal” and “The Writer”; Additionally, the main game of the LCE contains audio commentary and background information by Remedy, which can be switched on in addition to the game.
  • Disc 2: OST of the game including 13 Tracks (Audio-CD).
  • Disc 3: Bonus Disc: History of Remedy, Making of “Alan Wake”, Making of a thriller, music videos by the “Old gods of Asgard”, several trailers to the game, Storyboard (witch concept art) as a movie clip.
  • The “Alan Wake Files”; 144 pages with evidence on the mysterious incidents around Alan Wake and Bright Falls, compiled by the fictitious author Clay Steward (same print format as the game manual).
  • Six post cards with different pictures/scenes from the game.
  • Manual.
  • One poster (printed on both sides).
  • Seven stickers with different pictures/scenes/characters from the game.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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  1. absolutezero

    http://youtu.be/gwV0jMmvtt0

    OH YEAH.

    wait hang on I already own the 360 C.E. oh no but it has extra things in it this time D:.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Maximum Payne

    $35 for the collector’s edition is not much.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. jacobvandy

    No kidding! No reason to buy from Steam if I can get a nice physical package for barely more than the sales tax would be. However, I just went to Amazon and was ready to slap down a pre-order, but THEY DON’T HAVE IT. Get on that, Remedy, jesus…

    #3 2 years ago