About 2½ years had passed since I gotten my StarCraft 2 – Wings Of Liberty – Collector’s Edition.
StarCraft 2 – Heart Of The Swarm was officially launched on the 12th March 2013. As I am a collector, I placed my order 5 months ago (on the 15th November 2012) for the StarCraft 2 – Heart Of The Swarm – Collector’s Edition from Amazon.com.
It got shipped from Amazon 1 day after the official launch and I received it last week, on the 20th March 2013.
This collector’s edition cost USD$79.99 (SGD$100) and shipping is another USD$19.98 (SGD$25), so in total, I paid USD$99.97 (SGD$125) for it. I heard that in Singapore, some retailers are selling between SGD$179 to SGD$199 for the same collector’s edition.
Here is what the collector’s edition come with (copy + pasted from Amazon)
- StarCraft 2: Heart Of The Swarm PC/Mac Game
- Exclusive Behind The Scenes DVD & Blu-Ray 2-Disc Set
- Collector’s Edition Soundtrack
- Heart Of The Swarm Art Book
- Zerg Rush Mouse Pad
- 2x StarCraft 2 Guest Pass & 2x World of Worldcraft Guest Pass
- Exclusive In-Game Content
- StarCraft 2: Torrasque Ultralisk & Portraits
- World of Warcraft: Pet Baneling
- Diablo III: Blade Wings And Banner Sigil
I wish it comes with a USB drive like in the Wings Of Liberty – Collector’s Edition rather than this cheapskate mouse pad.
Heart Of The Swarm Game
Heart Of The Swarm Behind The Scenes
Heart Of The Swarm Soundtrack
Heart Of The Swarm Art Book
Zerg Rush Mouse Pad
If StarCraft 2 – Legacy of the Void follows StarCraft 2 – Heart Of The Swarm footsteps, we can expect to see it in mid 2015.
- StarCraft 2 – Wings Of Liberty – Collector’s Edition
- StarCraft 2 – Heart Of The Swarm – Collector’s Edition
- StarCraft 2 – Legacy Of The Void – Collector’s Edition