Future 2: Shadowkeep is rolling out as we speak, and Bungie was sort sufficient to allow us to try a replica of the collector’s version and share particulars and footage with you. Hop down into the gallery in the event you simply need a glimpse of the goodies inside, or learn on for some transient descriptions of what you’ll be able to anticipate finding inside. Most stories point out the Collector’s Version has been broadly bought out, so in the event you didn’t snag a replica, right here’s your probability to see what you are lacking.
The Collector’s Version field opens up and instantly provides up a letter from Eris Morn, who writes to our Guardian of a doomed Golden Age expedition on the moon, and a mysterious energy sought by the Hive. The other face of the letter features a map of the First Gentle Mission Advanced on Luna, with a number of areas circled.
The collector’s version additionally contains each a digital code for an unique emblem and is meant to incorporate a digital soundtrack code, though I ought to observe right here that the soundtrack code gave the impression to be lacking from our copy. Hopefully, that’s solely a operate of the early copy of the product we obtained, moderately than a sign of what is going on out to shoppers.
Dig a bit deeper, and also you get to different goodies, together with a bodily patch (depicting the identical picture as your new digital emblem), and a chunk of Eris’ jewellery that remembers prayer beads in its look, which is contained in a cinched material sack that will remind a few of a cube bag.
A “Codes and Procedures” guide provides some lore goodness to dig into, and appears to element details about the misplaced Golden Age expedition that when visited Luna.
A “Luna Journal” can also be included, and it incorporates a wealth of recent lore for followers to dig into, a few of which veers a bit into spoiler territory for Shadowkeep. With out delving into these parts, it’s sufficient to say that the journal has largely clean pages, however scattered throughout the pages of the guide are log entries from the mission to the moon. Throughout the entrance cowl, there’s additionally a postcard and equally sized photos that should seem like footage taken throughout this mysterious mission.
The pièce de résistance within the Collector’s Version is the Hive Cryptoglyph, which will definitely be the show piece you’ll have out in your shelf as you play via Shadowkeep. The detailed artifact contains precise twisting bands that characteristic Hive runes, and the entire thing is definitely a puzzle to be solved and opened, however we’ll go away the key of how to take action as much as you to find, in case you are actively avoiding being spoiled.
Check out the gallery beneath to see what’s included. And whether or not you sprung for the Collector’s Version or not, better of luck on the Moon, Guardians!
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