Soulcalibur IV pre-order deals unveiled

Get a faceplate or DVD and book.

Ubisoft has revealed there are two pre-order deals to choose from for those eagerly awaiting the arrival of Soulcalibur IV.

As detailed on the publisher's website, those purchasing the Xbox 360 version from Play.com will get a free faceplate.

Or head over to GAME where everyone who pre-orders will get a bonus DVD and art booklet, regardless of whether they purchase the Xbox 360 or PS3 game.

Soulcalibur IV is out on July 31st. For screenshots, videos and the latest news, visit the game page.

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