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Collector's Edition and Pre-Order Bonuses for LotR: War in the North Revealed

Posted on Tuesday, July 5 @ 06:45:19 PST by

Via press release, Warner Bros. and Snowblind Studios have just revealed the contents and pre-order bonuses for The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, slated for Fall 2011 for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.

For a retail price of $129.99, the Collector's Edition includes an art book, quiver case, interviews and footage with composer Inon Zur, three tracks from the soundtrack, a Ranger of the North Avatar (XBLA) that includes the full Ranger armor set, a War in the North Theme Pack (PSN) with wallpaper, fonts, and icons, and of course the video game.

Pre-ordering from the following retails stores gets you the following:

- gets you part two to the War in the North Digital Comic and the Orc Champion sword;
- Best Buy gets you an Elf Theme Pack with an Elven sword, armor, and helmet, plus access to the Lothlórien Challenge map
- GameStop gets you the Human Theme Pack with a human ranger's sword and armor, as well as the Osgiliath Challenge map
- Target gets you three exclusive tracks of the soundtrack
- Toys'R'Us gets you both parts of the digital comic and a signed poster by Jim Lee
- Wal-Mart gets you the Dwarven Theme Pack with the darf sword, armor, and helmet.

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