Update: Following last night's E3 conferences from Ubisoft and Square Enix, we've added a few more games to this page, including the 2019 record-breaking £260 1st Class Edition edition of the Final Fantasy 7 remake.

With the E3 2019 conferences well underway and the latest game announcements sending us gleefully delirious it's difficult to avoid getting caught up in all the excitement for what awaits us over the next year or so. Naturally, looking to take full advantage of the hype, an assortment of recently revealed E3 games are all eagerly vying for your cash mere minutes from debuting their latest astronomically expensive CG trailers.

Here, with as calm a head as we can manage, we've gathered together all of the rarest and most exciting E3 game deals and incredibly fancy special editions that have hit the shops since the show has been underway. There's lots to go through, with some more jam-packed with goodies or others available in only limited quantities. So, while exercising caution when pre-ordering games is definitely the way to go, you might want to lay down some money on these before they fall out of stock.

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Hopefully you've got enough inventory space to keep all this stuff?

Let's start with the biggest and most overflowing of the lot. The positively bulging Cyberpunk 2077 Collector's Edition is available right now to pre-order exclusively at GAME in the UK for £249.99. The PS4, Xbox One and PC versions are all listed online, as well as a much cheaper limited SteelBook edition from Amazon.

For all that moolah, what exactly do you get in the Cyberpunk 2077 Collector's Edition? Well, it's massive. There's the Collector's Edition box, the game, collectible SteelBook, 10 inch statue depicting the game's protagonist V, hardcover art book, metal pin set, quadra V-tech metal keychain, annotated copy of A Visitor's Guide to Night City sealed in an NCPD Evidence Bag, embroidered patches, World Compendium detailing the game's setting and lore, postcards from Night City, map of Night City and sticker bomb set.

Oh, and there's a soundtrack, art booklet, Cyberpunk 2020 sourcebook, as well as wallpapers for desktop and mobile as digital extras. Phew! Sadly, Keanu Reeves won't come to your house and deliver it for you, even if you say he's breathtaking.

Not after the physical edition? Well then, your best bet for Cyberpunk 2077 is over at GOG.com where you'll get all those digital bonuses from above, plus a few exclusive extras and a 30 per cent discount at the CD Projekt Red Store for £49.90. Or, if you want to keep holding on to the past, there's the Simply: Red - CD Projekt Red Collection for £69.77, which contains Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, Thronebreaker, The Witcher 2, The Witcher and The Witcher Adventure Game in a single bundle.

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Yep, that's a wearable Doomslayer helmet...

Next up, in terms of the sheer ludicrous number of items on offer, there's the Doom Eternal Collector's Edition - also available only at GAME in the UK. It's available to pre-order on PS4, Xbox One and PC for £199.99.

For that price, you'll receive the hellish combo of a SteelBook case, 'Gift of Argent Power' lithograph, digital soundtracks, lore book and, oh yes, a wearable Doomslayer helmet. Plus, there are some devilish digital delights, including a Year 1 DLC pass, Demonic Slayer skin and Classic Weapons sound pack.

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Standby for AT-AT-fall.

Stepping away from three-digit price points for the moment, other highlights from the show so far include Respawn's latest Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. The Deluxe Edition is up for pre-order at GAME on PS4 and Xbox One for £62.99, plus you'll get some unique cosmetics.

GAME has the exclusive on the Ghost Recon Breakpoint - Auroa Edition, too. This version comes with XP boosters and the Sacred Land DLC Pack, which adds a new mission and melee weapon to the game. That's available on PS4 and Xbox One for £57.99.

Fresh from the Ubisoft conference last night, we now also have the Watch Dogs Legion Ultimate Edition up at GAME for £92.99 on PS4 and Xbox One. This version is bundled with the Season Pass and Ultimate Pack, which includes the Urban Jungle cosmetics pack and 4-week VIP Status so you earn experience and currency 30% faster. Oh, and you get access to the game three days early too!

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That's one crazy motorcycle.

Of course, one game we've all been looking forward to seeing more of at E3 2019 is the Final Fantasy 7 remake. The Deluxe Edition is now up for pre-order exclusively at GAME for £79.99. It comes in special edition packaging with a Sephiroth SteelBook, artbook, mini-soundtrack CD and summon materia DLC. If that's not enough, you can always plump for the 1st Class Edition, which comes with an imposing Cloud figurine.

Lastly, there's the Xbox One Elite Controller 2 for £159.99 at Amazon. No release date has been confirmed just yet, but it's one of the few places you can pre-order the fancy new peripheral at this very minute. There's even more top pre-orders for you to peruse below.

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Octopath Traveller is already on sale on PC.

To finish up, at least for now, there are some big E3 sales currently underway across the net. How do you feel about any of these? Green Man Gaming is offering 25 per cent off everything (apart from Borderlands 3 and Mordhau, sorry) when you use the code 'E3' at the checkout! Meanwhile, there's an Xbox One X with Forza Horizon 4, Forza Motorsport 7, Apex Legends Founder's Pack and PUBG for £359.99 at GAME. Not a bad bundle, even with Project Scarlett on the way too!

With more conferences on the way later today (and into the early hours of tomorrow) there's bound to be more over-the-top collector's editions announced soon. This page will be updated with the best of the bunch throughout the week and you should also keep watch over at Jelly Deals for even more gaming offers!

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