AvP Lures Its Prey With the New Hunter Edition

I’ve heard mixed reactions when it comes to the new Aliens vs. Predator game, developed by Rebellion. Personally, although I’m not totally sold, I think it has potential. I’m a huge fan of both film franchises, and to see everything brought together for the current gaming generation is exciting.

As I already said, I’m not sold on AvP, but I’m sure there are quite a few out there who are. For some, especially the die-hard fans, the newly unveiled Hunter Edition–purchased for a measly $100–may be the final straw to break the camel’s back.

The Aliens Vs. Predator Hunter Edition is housed in collectible steel book packaging and contains the following:

  • Game Disc
  • 4 multiplayer maps before they are released to the public:

    1. DOCKS: The caustic alkali waters of BG-386 put an end to Weyland-Yutani’s planned shipping activities. But this dockyard soon became a historic battleground
    2. OUTPOST: The site of the original Weyland-Yutani colony on BG-386 was abandoned, and soon reclaimed by the planet’s voracious jungle plant life. It is now the perfect hunting ground for all manner of wildlife.
    3. MACHINE: As well as processing exotic ores, the BG-386 Refinery provided electrical power to the colonists at Freya’s Prospect. The lights may still be on, but nobody’s home. Yet.
    4. HIVE: Deep in the heart of the Freya’s Prospect Refinery lies the Xenomorph Hive. Beware all who enter here.
  • A fully articulated Facehugger model
  • Hardcover AvP graphic novel from Dark Horse Comics featuring the original comic that started it all
  • Weyland Yutani sleeve badge
  • 3D lenticular postcard

On top of that, Sega also released the brand new Aliens vs. Predator: Heritage Trailer (seen below).

Info comes via Bloody Disgusting

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