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Deadfall Adventures Collector’s Edition revealed

Friday, 30th August 2013 16:16 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Deadfall Adventures will be made available in standard and Collector’s Edition formats when it releases in November, Nordic Games has announced.

The boxed PC and Steam Collector’s Edition is priced at £44.99, while the Xbox 360 Collector’s Edition will run you £54.99.

Those who pre-order the Standard Edition through Steam will automatically be upgraded to the Collector’s Edition. In some territories, the same will be applied to the retail version, with more information on the eligible territories to be published at a later date.

The boxed/digital PC Collector’s Edition will include:

  • The Game
  • DLC 1: the Allan Quatermain Revolver skin (single- and multiplayer)
  • DLC 2: 3 exclusive multiplayer skins (Arab Mercenary, Arctic Quatermain and Skeleton)
  • Making of movie (DVD)
  • Original soundtrack (Audio CD)
  • Artbook (on disc)
  • Manual (printed, listed here just for the sake of completeness)

Deadfall Adventures will be released on November 15.

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4 Comments

  1. YoungZer0

    I saw gameplay footage of this game on Kotaku. Has hidden gem written on it.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Edo

    So it was delayed to November?Good luck with that…

    #2 1 year ago
  3. YoungZer0

    @2: As if releasing it in September would’ve been any better. Let’s be honest here, the publisher already screwed up. There is little to no marketing behind this game and it generally looks good.

    http://kotaku.com/if-youre-looking-for-a-tomb-raider-fps-try-deadfall-a-1180096801

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Moonwalker1982

    @1

    Sorry but it doesn’t. I saw a demonstration of the game at Gamescom in the business center. Lets just say that their intentions are right, but the execution is far from great. Shooting seemed like CoD and the enemy A.I. seemed similar to CoD 2′s A.I. or actually probably worse. At one point during this demo, the player just walked past a Nazi and he didn’t do anything. After a few seconds the player turns around and sees that same Nazi and kills him….lol. The idea is cool. To have a first person tomb raider game, but from what i’ve seen its nothing special. Far from hidden gem IMO.

    The environments look cool, but the puzzles are simplistic as hell. The shooting feels cheap and there’s just nothing incredibly interesting about this one.

    #4 1 year ago

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