Rockstar has detailed the Special and Collector's Editions of its upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5, though bagging those bumper collections will cost you a pretty penny.
The Special Edition of the imminent run-em-over-up will set you back a whopping £65, Game's pre-order page reveals.
All that cash nabs you a fistful of in-game extras, including a 'special ability' bar that boosts 25 per cent faster, extra stunt plane challenges, bonus outfits, extra tattoos and special deals from virtual shopkeepers. You also get free in-game pistols, a shotgun and, er, a melee hammer.
The Special Edition also gets you a 'steelbook' with some extra artwork, and a big blue map of the game world.
The Collector's Edition can't be bought outright yet, with Game asking only for a £20 deposit when you pre-order. The graphic on the page suggests you'll be splashing out a sense-defying £120 for the privilege however.
The Collector's Edition has all the same stuff as the Special Edition, plus a slew of extra tat including a bag with a lock on it ('inspired by the heists', apparently), a baseball cap and a big black box with a foil-embossed logo. In the game you'll get custom characters for online play and unique vehicles, including a hot rod and the CarbonRS sports bike.
To tempt gamers to throw down cash early, anyone who pre-orders Grand Theft Auto 5 in any of its guises (including the standard retail issue) will be eligible for access to an in-game blimp -- which personally I think sounds like a much more tempting offer than a bag and a hat.
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