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Resident Evil 7 Collectors Edition Offers Something Different Depending on Country

The next instalment of Capcom’s long running horror series Resident Evil returns in January 2017, and as you all know by now comes with exclusive virtual reality (VR) support for PlayStation VR. As has been the case with previous launches, Resident Evil 7 biohazard will come in various editions, such as the Steel Book recently revealed as a GAME Exclusive. And for those budding collectors out there, the recently announced Collectors Edition will be available with all sorts of goodies. But depending on where you are in the world will slightly alter what you get in the box.

In the US Gamestop has an exclusive Resident Evil 7 Collectors Edition for $179.99 USD. It features an eight inch music box shaped like the mansion from the title. There’s also a metal case, VHS tape box, exclusive lithograph, premium packaging, a creepy note and a 4G USB stick in the shape of a dummy finger.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard - US Collectors Edition

While the UK version which is exclusive to GAME & Amazon.co.uk features a 7 inch tall replica of the Baker Family Mansion, 20th Anniversary Resident Evil Artbook, Dummy Finger 16GB USB Drive, 5 Lithographs featuring art from Resident Evil 7 biohazard, An alternative inlay for the copy of the game, Survival Pack: Action Set DLC, and Premium Packaging. Currently no price has been revealed for the UK version.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard - UK Collectors Edition

And in the Australian version there’s the 7 inch tall replica, Artbook, USB Drive, 5 Lithographs and Survival Pack 1 DLC: including Shotgun, Handgun, recovery, Burner, and Chem Fluid Sets and Survival Pack 2 DLC: including several useful consumable items, a mysterious lucky coin and an instant unlock of the challenging ‘Madhouse’ difficulty setting. This retails for $299.95 AUD on EB Games.

Resident Evil 7 biohazard - AUS Collectors Edition

Resident Evil 7 biohazard will launch on 24th January 2017, with support for PlayStation VR on PlayStation 4. The VR version will be exclusive for 12 months, but Capcom hasn’t yet revealed which headsets the videogame will support after that.

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