‘Call of Duty: WW2 Valor Edition’ unveiled, comes with exclusive goodies

An image of the "Call of Duty: WWII Valor Collection Pro." (EB Games Australia)

With roughly three months before the release of “Call of Duty: WWII,” the game’s premium edition is finally revealed.

EB Games Australia tweeted last Friday an image of the Valor Collection Pro exclusive package, together with details of all the freebies. “Just announced: The Call of Duty WWII Valor Collection! Take home a piece of Call of Duty history,” posted EB Games.’

Listed at $269 AU or around $213 USD, the premium version includes the “Call of Duty: WWII Pro Edition” with Season Pass and Exclusive SteelBook. Moreover, it also includes a collectible Bloodraven sword pin, a 24 by 26-inch Nazi Zombies poster, and some division patches.

Perhaps the highlight of the freebies is the exclusive bronze statue. The sculpture seemingly draws inspiration from the a D-Day scene.

Sledgehammer Games founder Michael Condrey first teased an image of the Valor Collection via Twitter. “I’m not saying you should buy this. I’m just saying that I’m buying it. #Valor,” wrote Condrey.

According to GameZone, the Valor Collection also comes in a standard version. Like its Pro counterpart, it also has the statue, the Zombies poster, the patches, and the pin. The difference, however, lies on the packaging. It has a steel case instead of a steelbook, and the game itself is only the base game.

So far, the Valor Collection Pro is only available at EB Games Australia. Retailers like Walmart and Amazon have yet to release any word.

Last month, online retailer Best Buy started offering the “PlayStation 4 – Call of Duty: Boots On the Ground Bundle.” It features the video game for PS4, a digital download of the “Call of Duty: WWII” Season Pass for PS4, and the “Call of Duty: WWII” Lenticular Print.

Unlike the Valor Collection that has a bronze statue, the bundle features a “Call of Duty” backpack. It sports a combination of army green/black/white colors, complete with patches, magnetic snaps, and a shoulder string strap.

“Call of Duty: WWII” comes out November 3 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.