The Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Collector’s Edition is rather disarming

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Give him a hand

It’s a date, baby. With Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain committed to a release date, and with yours truly having clearly forgotten about the dreaded Metal Gear Solid 2 days of waiting, it looks like the next chapter in Snake’s life is just about ready to go. Of course, the game will be available in more than just the standard Vanilla Snake edition. Although I’m guessing that the special Collector’s Edition might cost an arm and a leg.

Here’s what you’ll get in the Day 1 Edition of the game (Hint: NOT MUCH):

Day 1 Edition Content

Map (Physical version only)

DLC items

  • Adam-ska Special Handgun
  • Personal Ballistic Shield (Silver)
  • Cardboard Box (Wetland)
  • Fatigues (Blue Urban Snake Costume)
  • Metal Gear Online XP Boost

And here’s what the presumably pricier collector’s edition will give you, which is quite heavy on DLC. Click on the picture below to embiggen:

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Collector’s Edition

  • Half-scale replica of Snake’s bionic arm
  • Collectible steelbook
  • Behind the scenes documentary & trailers Blu-ray disc
  • Map
  • Exclusive packaging

Weapon & shield pack

  • Windurger S333 combat special revolver
  • Adam-ska special handgun
  • Maschinen aktische pistole 5 Weiss special handgun
  • Rasp short-barreled shotgun gold
  • Personal ballistic shield (Olive drab)
  • Personal ballistic shield (Silver)
  • Personal ballistic shield (White)
  • Personal ballistic shield (Gold)

Cardboard Boxes

  • Cardboard box (Rocky terrain)
  • Cardboard box (All-purpose dryland)
  • Cardboard box (Wetland)

Snake Costumes

  • Fatigues (Black ocelot)
  • Fatigues (Gray urban)
  • Fatigues (Blue urban)
  • Fatigues (All-purpose dryland)

Other

  • ‘VENOM SNAKE’ emblem

Metal Gear Online boost

  • Metal Gear online XP boost

Metal Gear Online items

  • Metal Gear Rex helmet
  • AM MRS-4 GOLD assault rifle
  • WU S. Pistol gold

Maybe I’ll wait for the second-hand edition. BADUMTISH! Thank you, I’ll be here all week, so save your tears.

Last Updated: March 5, 2015

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