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Treyarch's upcoming shooter getting $80 and $150 top-tier versions; latter includes fully operable RC car.



Infinity Ward bundled items like the original Call of Duty and night vision goggles with special editions of last year's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, but the Los Angeles studio isn't the only development house readying top-tier bundles. Treyarch today announced Hardened and Prestige editions of Call of Duty: Black Ops, which is already projected to sell over 12 milion units. This one doesn't blow up.




The Hardened and Prestige editions of Call of Duty: Black Ops will infiltrate retail on November 9. These top-tier versions will include a number of items that those paying $60 for the standard game won't have access to.

On top of the game, the $80 Hardened edition includes a steelbook case, a Black Ops medal with display case, four co-op maps not included in the standard ware, and a Black Ops-themed Xbox Live or PlayStation Home avatar outfit.

The $150 Prestige edition (pictured) ups the ante even further. This version includes everything above and a fully operable remote controlled vehicle modeled after the new in-game RC-XD killstreak reward. The RC car controller houses a 2 inch video screen which can stream video and audio from the vehicle at a distance of up to 200 feet. The announcement came coupled with a YouTube video (embedded below) detailing the in-game killstreak reward. Additionally, Nintendo Wii and DS versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops will release on November 9, but Actvision did not announce any special bundles for either of those systems.

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For more on the seventh iteration of the Call of Duty franchise, check out GameSpot's hands-on preview with Call of Duty: Black Ops.
 

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Elite Shackster
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Yawn, - give us extra money and you get a tin or a figure or some goggles or something - just gimme a good game man :D
 

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I second that, I want a good game not a bunch of toys that I will lose interest in a matter of seconds IMHO this isn't worth the price tag.
 

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If the special editions also cam with a bonus content code, that gave only you something extra when online, that might make it an interesting purchase.
 
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