The Battlefield 1 Exclusive Collector’s Edition includes a 14-inch tall statue of the cover art character, who seems to be a Harlem Hellfighter–preordering the game gets you exclusive content based on the real-world infantry regiment. The statue features the exact pose and equipment seen in the art, including the Mauser pistol and trench club. You can see what it looks like for yourself in the gallery below.
Additional items in the collector’s edition include an exclusive steel book, a cloth poster, and a deck of playing cards. It also comes with a messenger pigeon tube that contains exclusive DLC content. You’ll have to wait a year after launch to buy the DLC separately from the package.
You can take a look at the full list of collector’s edition contents in the list below:
- Battlefield 1 Deluxe Edition Game
- 14 inch tall statue
- Exclusive steel book
- Exclusive cloth poster
- Deck of playing cards
- Messenger pigeon tube with exclusive DLC
- Exclusive patch
- Premium packaging
GameSpot attended a Battlefield 1 reveal event, where we learned about the game’s multiplayer, which reemphasizes its land-air-and-sea gameplay with swords, biplanes, and battleships. Lead designer Danny Berlin also talked about the single-player, which will embrace the series’ open sandboxes, providing “more choice and variety” than previous games.
EA and Origin access users will be able to play the game three days before launch on October 18, but those who purchase the deluxe edition will also gain early access.