Halo Wars 2: Physical Copy for PC and Xbox One Delivers Bonus Content

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Everything You Could Want in One Version of Halo Wars 2, Courtesy of THQ Nordic

Thanks to a new partnership between THQ Nordic and 343i, PC players will be able to obtain Halo Wars 2 as a physical copy. Furthermore, it will be apart of Xbox Play Anywhere. Hence, you get a digital code for the Xbox One. But wait! There’s more.

Halo Wars 2

Two editions of Halo Wars 2 will be available at launch. First, we get the standard edition at $59.99 EUR/USD. Ultimate Edition, however, offers you the most for your money. We’re talking four days early access to the main game, Season Pass, and Halo Wars: Definitive Edition(Also playable for PC and Xbox One) all for just $79.99 EUR/USD.

Both come in high-quality packaging that is especially appealing to collectors of physical copies.

“After working on so many titles together with Microsoft in 2016, we are stoked to start the year with another partnership,” said Lars Wingefors, founder & Group CEO of THQ Nordic. “Being able to deliver such a big franchise to RTS and Halo fans alike, the opportunity to buy and own this game in a beautiful physical shape is something we appreciate a lot.” 

Microsoft at E3 2016 Halo Wars 2

And take a look at what 343 offers with Season Pass:

  • New Leaders with abilities that change the course of multiplayer matches,
  • New Units that add to your multiplayer arsenal,
  • New Blitz cards to collect and take into battle, and
  • New campaign missions that expand the Halo Wars 2 story

Games will be available exclusively for Xbox One and Windows PC, and now with physical copies for both. Expect 4K native resolution on Windows 10 and expect to see all versions hit shelves February 17th. Before then, let us know what you think of these copies. Are they worth it? Comment down below and let us know. And for more of the latest on gaming, remember to keep updated with COGconnected.

SOURCE: Press Release

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