In this increasingly digital age, the world of game special editions has gotten a little confusing. Sure, the Fallout 76 (opens in new tab) Platinum Edition is full of stuff a fan would be thrilled to get their hands on. It just doesn't include the actual game, which - at $115 - might be a shock.
It does include a Collector’s Edition Guide (and a digital version you can access for the game's launch), a special slipcase (for the game it doesn't include), a concept art print, three notebooks, a pack of Appalachia postcards, drink coasters and a map poster.
Pre-order the Fallout 76: Official Platinum Edition Guide from Amazon (opens in new tab) and save $6 on the full price. Every cap counts in the wasteland.
This particular special edition isn't shipping until December 14, over a month after Fallout 76 goes live, so think of it more as a pricier loot crate instead of a game.
The $200 Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition (opens in new tab) does include a copy of the game, along with a full-scale wearable T-51 Power Armor helmet.
If you're not bothered about any of the merchandise and just want to go hands on with Fallout 76 as soon as possible check out our guide to the Fallout 76 beta (opens in new tab) right now. We've already had a chance to play it (opens in new tab), and trust us, it's worth checking out.
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