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GAME snags Modern Warfare 2 Veteran Pack exclusive

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That's right. For "only" £120 you can buy yet another insane Modern Warfare special edition, courtesy of GAME.

The Veteran Pack is basically the Hardened Edition with a 12" statue of Soap MacTavish.

Here's the full thing:

  • Unique Gift Box Packaging
  • "Captain Soap MacTavish" ultra-premium ARTFX Statue sculpted by Kotobukiya
  • 1/6-scale, 12" tall if standing upright
  • Depicts Modern Warfare veteran Cpt. "Soap" MacTavish of Task Force 141, equipped with custom snow camouflage and weaponry as seen in "Cliffhanger" mission from Modern Warfare 2
  • 3 sets of interchangeable weapons and arms, including: Dual ice-climbing pickaxes (pictured) Dual .45 caliber pistols, M14 Enhanced Battle Rifle (affixes to Soap's back when not in use)
  • Environmental ice base stores alternate weapons when not in use

Plus...
The Modern Warfare 2 Hardened Edition, including...

  • Premium, special-edition SteelBook™ case with custom artwork by Infinity Ward
  • Hardbound art book, "Behind the Lines", designed by artists at Infinity Ward, featuring the art of Modern Warfare 2
  • Call of Duty Classic full downloadable game. For the first time ever, Infinity Ward's 2003 award-winning game that launched a franchise comes to consoles. Relive the original Call of Duty experience in HD; winner of over 80 Game of the Year Awards and 50 Editor's Choice Awards
  • Modern Warfare 2 full game

You need a GAME card to buy one. You can get it for either PS3 or 360. It's out on November 11.

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