Activision has also pulled back the veil on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's obligatory special editions, the most tasty (and expensive) of which will be the $120 'Atlas Pro Edition'. Surprisingly, there's no night vision googles, RC car or head-mounted camera this time. Instead, it's mostly digital content that you'll find shoved into the box.
The Limited Edition will retail for $79.99 and will pack in some bonus DLC, while the $119.99 Atlas Pro Edition bundles the Season Pass and several collectible physical items, like a unique steelbook case and a printed 'Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier' hardcover manual. As for digital content, there's a whole array of bits and bobs, including the Atlas Gorge multiplayer map - a re-imagining of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare's Pipeline - and two weapons, an upgraded Atlas EXO for single-player and more.
Here's a rundown of what you'll get with the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Atlas Pro Edition:
Game Disc with Steelbook
Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier Manual
Advanced Arsenal DLC
Atlas Calling Card - Custom player card and emblem for multiplayer
Two Bonus Weapons - The BAL-27 Assault Rifle AE and the Atlas 45 Pistol AE
Atlas Exoskeleton & Atlas Helmet - A PMC-issued, white, red & black custom Atlas EXO
Five Bonus Supply Drops - Be prepared for battle as soon as you boot up with five bonus supply drops, which unlock a variety of in-game content from player customisation gear to weapons
Single Player Exoskeleton Upgrade Token: Over the course of Campaign mode, players unlock exoskeleton perks and abilities that help tackle various obstacles and challenges. This token provides an extra upgrade for your exoskeleton, so you're already at an advantage when jumping into the Campaign.
Season Pass - Access to four DLC expansions coming in 2015
Atlas Gorge multiplayer map
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be heading to Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and PC on November 4th, 2014