Inside the Alan Wake PC Collector's Edition

Has in-game audio commentary and background information.

Nordic Games has revealed the insides of the Alan Wake PC Collector's Edition.

Stand-out features include the addition of in-game audio commentary and background information, and The Alan Wake Files collection.

The retail version of Remedy's thriller launches on 2nd March. As previously announced, the digital version launches on Steam on 16th February. It goes live on "other popular digital channels", such as EA's Origin, "soon afterwards".

The boxed Standard Edition gets you:

  • Premium packaging:
  • Disc 1: Main game plus both DLCs - "The Signal" and "The Writer".
  • Disc 2: OST of the game including 13 Tracks (Audio-CD).
  • 6 Post cards with different pictures/scenes from the game.
  • Manual.
  • 1 poster (printed on both sides).
  • 7 stickers with different pictures/scenes/characters from the game.

And inside the Collector's Edition:

  • Premium packaging.
  • Disc 1: Main game plus both DLCs "The Signal" and "The Writer"; Additionally, the main game of the LCE contains audio commentary and background information by Remedy, which can be switched on in addition to the game.
  • Disc 2: OST of the game including 13 Tracks (Audio-CD).
  • Disc 3: Bonus Disc: History of Remedy, Making of "Alan Wake", Making of a thriller, music videos by the "Old gods of Asgard", several trailers to the game, Storyboard (witch concept art) as a movie clip.
  • The "Alan Wake Files"; 144 pages with evidence on the mysterious incidents around Alan Wake and Bright Falls, compiled by the fictitious author Clay Steward (same print format as the game manual).
  • 6 Post cards with different pictures/scenes from the game.
  • Manual.
  • 1 poster (printed on both sides).
  • 7 stickers with different pictures/scenes/characters from the game.

On Steam the game costs $30 (for the game plus all the DLC). The Limited Collector's Edition costs $35.

Remedy said PC gamers will benefit from "stunning" HD graphics, "refined and enhanced" PC features and support for stereoscopic 3D and multi-screen.

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