Curious about Titanfall Xbox One Collector's Edition? Here's an unboxing video

While people who don't own an Xbox One can now pre-order a version of the console with a free digital version of Titanfall, developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher Electronic Arts are still offering a highly expensive disc-based collector's edition of the upcoming first person shooter.

The $249.99 Titanfall Collector's Edition is available for pre-order and this week the team at Respawn posted up a video showing the unboxing of the massive Xbox One edition. Most of the space is reserved for the 18 inch statue of one of the game's Atlas Titans. The box and the packaging was specially designed to accommodate the statue and the video shows how it should be properly unboxed and assembled. It includes two small human grunts that can be placed on the base of the statue and a certificate of authenticity.

The Titanfall Collector's Edition comes with a slipcase covering the box that has a lot of the impressive publicity art created for the game. Besides the huge statue, the box also has the game itself on disc, a thick hardcover book showcasing the concept art made for Titanfall and a schematic of the Atlas Titan.

The Collector's Edition of Titanfall is also available to pre-order for the Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game. The Xbox One and PC SKUs will be released March 11th while the Xbox 360 port will ship to stores on March 25th.

Source: Titanfall on YouTube

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That would look very nice on my desk... and I have a nice space reserved for it right underneath my TV in my room. Man that is so sick.

If you don't like it, don't buy it, that's all. This if for fan or those who have some money to spare. Stop to complain if you don't have any money left, just buy the damn bare game.

humor: because who would be stupid enough to fork over half of what a console would cost to buy a toy trincket for $249.00? Muahahaha!

I didn't catch the price. being half asleep reading this did come across as though I thought it was for a console with titanfall console.. meh.. back to sleep for me.

Did you even watch the video, while I could care less about this version of the game. The item inside is nowhere near a toy or a trinket.... it's a highly detailed large sized model.

xendrome said,
Did you even watch the video, while I could care less about this version of the game. The item inside is nowhere near a toy or a trinket.... it's a highly detailed large sized model.

I understand what you see in the deal. I'm simply stating that in a budget minded household like mine, $249 seems like alot. I could get a decent priced HDTV with that amount for my daughters room.

ok, where's the console? all that for a model!?! lol... marketting ploys. I thought a console with the titanfall graphic on it would be in there.

chrisj1968 said,
ok, where's the console? all that for a model!?! lol... marketting ploys. I thought a console with the titanfall graphic on it would be in there.

Seriously? Did you really think an XB1 TF themed console would be in there for 249.99 or was that just humor?

I love these types of fantasy movie/game concept art books, wish they sold them separately. C'mon TF fans, buy the CE and put the art book up for sale on eBay already!

Romero said,
I love these types of fantasy movie/game concept art books, wish they sold them separately. C'mon TF fans, buy the CE and put the art book up for sale on eBay already!

Yeah, that art book did look pretty nice. I would love to know the cost of the individual pieces of this collection.

uxo22 said,

Yeah, that art book did look pretty nice. I would love to know the cost of the individual pieces of this collection.

all that in there to justify $249? people who have money to throw around.

The $249.99 Titanfall Collector's Edition

Just when i thought the video games world could not get any dumber. I guess i was wrong ...

LaP said,

Just when i thought the video games world could not get any dumber. I guess i was wrong ...

Has nothing to do with video games (as far as buying this edition) it's about collectors, and if you hadn't noticed collectors spend huge amounts of money for things that they collect. You call if dumb, I call if spending your money on what you want. I wouldn't buy this, but I have been known to spend huge amounts of money on camera gear. To each his own I say.

LaP said,

Just when i thought the video games world could not get any dumber. I guess i was wrong ...


$249.99 just for a big toy and a disc game seen to be kind of dumb... The only ones asking to buy will be the 10 and 12 years old nerds.

macoman said,

$249.99 just for a big toy and a disc game seen to be kind of dumb... The only ones asking to buy will be the 10 and 12 years old nerds.

Some of you don't seem to know the extent or the costs these "toys" go for. Figures, models, kits have a wide price range.

macoman said,

$249.99 just for a big toy and a disc game seen to be kind of dumb... The only ones asking to buy will be the 10 and 12 years old nerds.

I disagree, funny how your mind works, since you don't want it, anyone that does must be a 10 and 12 year old nerd...SMH.

macoman said,
$249.99 just for a big toy and a disc game seen to be kind of dumb... The only ones asking to buy will be the 10 and 12 years old nerds.
Gamers are adults now. They have disposable income. They spend it on things. If anything, these types of options are due to the maturity of the gaming world.

MrHumpty said,
Gamers are adults now. They have disposable income. They spend it on things. If anything, these types of options are due to the maturity of the gaming world.

The point is that is not a limited, numbered edition therefore I wonder what the collector value could be. I agree with your statement about adult gamers: I spent, and almost fifteen years ago, almost a thousand dollars for a HOTAS and all its modifications but.... it exponentially increased, at least for me, the enjoy ability of my flight sims; I do not see how this "package" add to it.

Fritzly said,
The point is that is not a limited, numbered edition therefore I wonder what the collector value could be. I agree with your statement about adult gamers: I spent, and almost fifteen years ago, almost a thousand dollars for a HOTAS and all its modifications but.... it exponentially increased, at least for me, the enjoy ability of my flight sims; I do not see how this "package" add to it.
Value is in the eye of the beholder. My toon on wow, quite some time ago participated in a pre-nerf m'uru and kj kill. I had a figureprint made of my toon at the time in top level gear. It has no practical value at all. Most think I was crazy for spending $150. I still love it even though I don't play anymore.

As far as this thing. You seem to get a pretty kick ass figurine and what seems to be a very cool book of concept art (some ppl get into that) and that mech schematic. I have enough disposable income if this were my thing I'd buy it.

uxo22 said,

Has nothing to do with video games (as far as buying this edition) it's about collectors, and if you hadn't noticed collectors spend huge amounts of money for things that they collect. You call if dumb, I call if spending your money on what you want. I wouldn't buy this, but I have been known to spend huge amounts of money on camera gear. To each his own I say.

Its not even in mint condition if you want to play the game because you'd have to open the box to get the game disc out. So you're pretty much paying $190 bucks for a toy.

still_rookie said,
Its not even in mint condition if you want to play the game because you'd have to open the box to get the game disc out. So you're pretty much paying $190 bucks for a toy.
True, I've never seen a collectible outside of it's original package.