Activision has put together the usual Prestige and Hardend Editions for fans who are willing to go the extra mile with their wallet for some Call of Duty: Black Ops swag.
Those who pick up the Prestige package this time around are going to get a remote control car that is built after the title’s RC-XD video surveillance vehicle. It has a range of 200 feet and can record audio and full-color video. Activision has put together a trailer showing off the device in game, which looks pretty cool. You can check it out after the jump. I’m assuming the real versions won’t explode, at least as a pre-built in function.
Those who pick up the Peristege package will also get the Hardend Edition’s content as well. Hardened includes a limited edition Black Ops medal, a Black Ops avatar outfit for either Xbox Live or PlayStation home (depending on the version), and four playable cooperative maps. Both sets are launching November 9th and, while not officially priced, GameStop lists the Prestige at $149.99 and the Hardened at $79.99.
Activision has yet to announce exactly what the cooperative maps will be, but Best Buy has listed them as four maps Zombie maps. Which would make sense, as Treyarch developed World at War, which introduced the Zombie mode to Call of Duty.
You can check out the Prestige edition after the jump, along with that trailer mentioned earlier.