The makers of Dying Light, a zombie survival game, want one wealthy fan to have a gaming experience unlike any other. The My Apocalypse Edition is an over-the-top package stuffed with zombie-related goodies. It includes four signed Xbox One copies of the game itself, but that's the least exciting part of the whole thing.
The festivities kick off withlessons so you can learn to escape the shuffling hordes using nothing but your athletic body and the urban landscape. A life (death?)-size zombie figurine is included to haunt your house and cause you to turn into a terrified puddle of sobbing humanity every time you accidentally stumble across it while heading to the bathroom in the dark of night.
Dying Light is so confident in its fright-inducing nighttime gameplay that the special edition comes with night-vision goggles and a stack of adult diapers. Another bonus involves having your face skinned onto an infected Night Hunter character so you can see yourself onscreen as a horrible monstrosity.
The true centerpiece of the package is a custom-built zombie-proof shelter. The lucky buyer can feel fairly confident about the shelter's ability to repel the infected. It comes from Tiger Log Cabins, a company that has clearly spent effort on dreaming up cabins that can thwart the onslaught of the undead.design last year with a 10-year anti-zombie guarantee.
The one-off package is available from UK site Game for about $387,700 (£250,000, AU$491,000). You would have to be a crazy-rich Dying Light superfan to think about spending that much on the My Apocalypse Edition, but it sure is a fun publicity stunt.
(Via Luxury Launches)