World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Collector’s Edition revealed
Blizzard unveiled the physical Collector’s Edition for World of Warcraft’s Shadowlands expansion during yesterday’s livestream.
The Collector’s Edition is priced at $119.99 and features a four-pin set featuring the symbols of the Covenants, a Shadowlands art book, a Shattered Sky mousepad, and a digital soundtrack key. In addition to the physical items, there are some digital goodies in the Collector’s Edition, including the Ensorcelled Everwyrm mount and Anima Wyrmling pet. Take a look at the full list of digital items (via Blizzard) below:
- Ensorcelled Everwyrm mount: Set off on your next adventure on a supernatural being of pure anima.
- Anima Wyrmling pet: Explore the afterlife alongside your new companion.
- Vestments of the Eternal Traveler: Use your Everwyrm to begin a quest for the Vestments of the Eternal Traveler, an all-new transmog set.
- Wraithchill cosmetic weapon: Unlock a chilling new cosmetic effect for your weapon. As with other Illusions, Wraithchill can be applied only to certain weapon types.
- Eternal Traveler’s Hearthstone: Return to your Hearthstone bind location with a reality-bending cosmetic effect.
- Shadowlands-Level Character Boost: Instantly boost a single character to be ready for Shadowlands-level content.
Players who have already purchased a digital copy of Shadowlands from the Blizzard store and want to upgrade to the Collector’s Edition will be automatically refunded the cost in their Blizzard Balance of the original version purchased. Simply enter the Collector’s Edition key before March 31st, 2021, to receive the refund.
Blizzard also announced that a beta for the expansion is due to begin next week. Players who wish to take part should make sure that they have opted in to beta testing in their account settings.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is scheduled to release this fall.
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