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 US$79.99 (S$100) and shipping is another US$19.98 (S$25), so in total, I paid US$99.97 (S$125) for it. I heard that in Singapore, some retailers are selling between S$179 to S$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.
If StarCraft 2 – Legacy of the Void follows StarCraft 2 – Heart Of The Swarm footsteps, we can expect to see it in mid 2015.