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Pre-order Darksiders II, Get Limited Edition Free

Posted on Monday, March 5 @ 10:53:35 PST by

THQ will give everyone who pre-orders Darksiders II for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC a free upgrade to the Limited Edition. It will include the first-day DLC Argul's Tomb for free.

If that isn't enough for you, though, the Collector's Edition will be available for $99 USD and come with a Death Mask with display stand (they gave me one and I wear it every once a while to scare Jessica), along with a few extra goodies. In addition to a digital version of the game's soundtrack and a hard-cover art book, it will grant players the Shadow of Death in-game armor and scythe with bonus stats.

You can pre-order Darksiders II at GameStop, Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, EB Games, and in the U.S. and Canada. Bonuses differ depend on the retailer. It will also be available for Europe, but no details have been finalized yet. More available is available at the Darksiders Facebook page.

Darksiders II will release on console and PC on June 26, 2012. You can read Blake Peterson's preview here.
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