The Force Unleashed 2 Collector’s Edition Gives in to the Dark Side

Published 4 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 7:44 pm,

force unleashed 2 collectors edition

If you are a big Star Wars nerd like quite a few of us here at Game Rant, then I’m sure you have been following our posts about the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2.

Adding on to the Force Unleashed 2 news you’ve been digesting, we now have details regarding the contents of an epic “Collector’s Edition” for the upcoming title.

The image below shows the plethora of goodies that can be yours – should you throw down for the Collector’s Edition. The game disc will be enclosed within a collectable steelbook and will include three exclusive challenge mode levels, character skins and a lightsaber crystal – none of which will be available in the regular edition of the game.

Check out the image below:

star wars force unleash 2 collector's edition

On top of the awesome in-game exclusives, you will also get a Starkiller 2GB flash drive by Mimobot. Within the flash drive comes more pre-loaded content – a digital art book with tons of art from the development of The Force Unleashed 2.

The basic version of the game will be the usual $60, but for an extra Jackson you can get the collector’s edition for $80.

Not to shabby for adding on a cool looking 2GB flash drive and a handful of exclusive content.

star wars force unleashed 2 flash drive

The Force Unleashed 2 Collector’s Edition is only for the Xbox 360 and PS3, but the game itself will be available on PC, Wii and DS as well. You can force-grab your copy on October 26th.

Are you anticipating the release of The Force Unleashed 2? Will you be picking up the Collector’s Edition?

Source: Game Blend

TAGS: DS, Force Unleashed 2, LucasArts, PC, PS3, Wii


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  1. I'm in (:

  2. The dual-weilding lightsaber mechanic is pretty awesome.

    I recently played through the original and forgot just how dated it is. The options menus take 10 seconds to load while in-game, the cuts from gameplay to cinematics are extremely rough, etc.

    Thankfully, the sequel looks a lot more polished.

  3. I have money for it but I’m not sure if it’s a good choice. Plus I want to get it from the US but I have a PAL XBOX 360. Argh! Help Me!

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