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Rockstar announces Grand Theft Auto V bundles, Collector's edition will cost $150

Rockstar details two special editions of Grand Theft Auto V now available for pre-order

| Gaming News | Posted: May 23, 2013 10:57 pm

We've learned more about Grand Theft Auto V's upcoming special editions that will be available for pre-order. Rockstar is offering up two special editions: the Special edition and the Collector's edition. Both come with special features, though the Collector's edition is more expensive and features more perks.

 

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The Special edition costs just $79.99 and comes with loads of special content. Gamers who opt for the Special edition will be provided with a SteelBook case, a blueprint map of Los Santos and Blaine County, a regeneration boost for each character's in-game special ability bar, extra challenges for the stunt plane, bonus outfits and tattoos, special deals at the in-game shops, and additional weapons.

 

The Collector's edition comes with even more. It includes everything the Special edition does and adds a unique outer box, a real life "security deposit bag", a New Era hat with the Los Santos logo, classic GTA characters for GTA Online, and a special garage with custom vehicles. It will set you back $149.99, or just under double that of the Special edition.

 

The game will be released September 17 and pre-orders are now available for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

NEWS SOURCES:Digitaltrends.com

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