Starhawk Limited Edition Revealed

PlayStation announced today a Limited Edition of the upcoming successor to Warhawk, Starhawk. Those looking to get in on this PlayStation 3 exclusive special package will have to pre-order Starhawk at GameStop and they will automatically be upgraded to the Limited Edition version of the game. This version comes with over $20 worth of bonus content, including two DLC packs that contain new maps and multiplayer skins, plus other extras like the soundtrack and a PSN download of original Warhawk from PSone. Full contents detailed below:

Starhawk Limited Edition Contains

  • Maw of Despair Outcast Pack: Includes the Maw of Despair Co-op Map and Shade Warrior MP Skin
    This challenging co-op mission takes place deep beneath the planet’s surface in a particularly dangerous Rift mine. The Maw of Despair is home to the oldest Outcast tribe, the Shade Warriors. The heart of each Shade Warrior blazes with pure Rift energy, granting them extra toughness and combat ability. The firefights you’ll encounter in the Maw of Despair co-op mission will push your shooting skills to the edge!
  • Echo Scrapyard Rifter Pack: Includes the Scrapyard Homeworld and Huxley Ardin MP Skin
    An exclusive player Homeworld, the Echo Scrapyard features Huxley’s mechanics shop and junkyard — known throughout the Frontier as the best place in the Frontier for Rifters to get spare parts for their Razorbacks and Sidewinders. And in the canyon basin below, Huxley’s shop is a network of roads and trails for players to hone their own Razorback 4×4 and Sidewinder Jetbike driving skills.
  • Starhawk Concept Art PS3 Theme: Decorate your PS3 with the amazing concept art that help bring the Starhawk Universe to life. Only available through the Starhawk Limited Edition.
  • Copy of the Original Warhawk (PSone): Download and play the title that started it all!
  • Official Starhawk Soundtrack: Christopher Lennertz’s sweeping original score available as a PSN download.

Make sure to check out Starhawk when it releases on May 8, 2012. Anxious to play the game? You can get in on the beta right now. To find out how, click here.

 

[via: PSBlog]

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