Gearbox asks what you want in your Homeworld Remastered Collector's Edition
Collector’s Edition could cost $75 or $100 depending on what size mothership you want.
Gearbox Software is asking fans which version of a physical Collector’s Edition of Homeworld Remastered Collection they would prefer.
The cheaper version costs $75 and comes with a six-inch die cast zinc alloy Mothership replica with brushed metal finish, stand included. The more expensive version costs $100, and comes with a 12-inch hand decorated, molded ABS resin Mothership with LED lights, stand and USB/AC power cable included.
Both versions of the Collector’s Edition will contain other memorabilia such as an art book, game manual (the original Homeworld was fantastic), key chain, and game codes. Gearbox says that the items included are not finalized, and that the number of Collector’s Editions will be very limited.
You can complete the survey on the game’s official website.
The Homeworld Remastered Collection will include the original Homeworld and Homeworld 2, updated with modern high-res textures and models, new graphical effects, and support for HD, UHD, and 4K resolutions.
Gearbox, which acquired the Homeworld license from the now defunct THQ, announced its plans to relaunch the games last year.
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