LOTR: War in the north CE and pre orders info

The Collector's Edition ($129.99) comes with:


The War in the North game

Ranger of the North quiver case

War in the North Art Book

Inside Look: The Music of War in the North mini-documentary. Includes interviews and footage of composer Inon Zur at Abbey Road Studios and the E3 2011 concert event. Also includes three tracks from the game


Digital content:


Xbox 360: Ranger of the North avatar, includes Ranger armor set, helmet, quiver, and bow


PS3: War in the North wallpaper, fonts, icons, and more



GameStop: Visit the Citadel of the Stars and the Tower of Stone with the Human Theme Pack equipped with an exclusive human sword, armor and battle attire of the Human Ranger, and get access to the Osgiliath Challenge map.


Amazon.com: Get early access to part two of the War in the North Digital Comic written by Brian Wood, illustrated by Simon Coleby, and produced by DC Entertainment. The comic book reveals the back story leading up to The Lord of the Rings: War in the North. Players will also receive the Orc Champion sword for in-game use.


Best Buy: Embark on an Elven adventure with the Elf Theme Pack, equipped with a mystical Elven sword, armor and helmet, and get access to the Lothlórien Challenge map.


Target: Immerse yourself in the sounds of Middle-earth with three exclusive tracks from the War in the North soundtrack.


Toys ‘R’ Us: Receive a limited edition, signed War in the North poster by Jim Lee, and access to download parts one and two of the War in the North Digital Comic at launch.


Wal-Mart: A Dwarven quest lies ahead for everyone who chooses to pre-order at Wal-Mart; the Dwarf Theme Pack includes an exclusive dwarf sword, armor, and helmet.









Discussion Info

Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 1 Applies to:

Game looks good, but Ill be getting the basic game, don't need any of this extra stuff

What a rip off. The game looks cool but no way am I paying more than double retail price on a game that might not even live up to the hype. Btw what's making the price so high, the quiver?

Who remembers when pre-ordering games gave you free stuff without any sort of Limited Edition costing $100+ ??