Along with a new trailer for Mass Effect: Andromeda, BioWare also revealed two collector’s edition bundles for the upcoming Mass Effect video game, both of them being now available for pre-order.
If you are a Mass Effect fan, you should start saving some moolah right away, because these toys are not cheap as you can see below.
Furthermore, you should know that none of the Mass Effect: Andromeda bundles include the game, which means that you will spend an additional $60 (standard edition) if you pre-order one, and also wish to play the game.
Here are the two collector’s edition toys you can preorder starting right now.
Mass Effect Andromeda RC Nomad ND1 Collector’s Edition
Mass Effect Andromeda RC Nomad Collector’s Bundle is the most expensive variation, for which you will have to pay a whopping $199.99.
This unique toy is already available for pre-order on Amazon and according to masseffect.com, additional fees may apply if the game is added to the bundle.
For this price, you will get a limited edition steelbook case, along with a 1:18 scale Remote Control Nomad ND1.
The Nomad ND1 appeared in the first Mass Effect video game, but it was known as Mako. It was, however removed from Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, because it was very hard to control, and because the sequels featured tight environments.
As you can see in the pictures below, it is a 6-wheel drive vehicle, with front and rear steering. The model is controlled using an app you can install on your smartphone.
Additionally, the Nomad ND1 RC model includes a camera which can be used to record videos and take photos that are automatically stored on your phone. It is an exploration vehicle after all…right?
You can also use the app to turn the vehicle’s light on and off while exploring your backyard, living room, or kitchen.
Mass Effect Andromeda Nomad ND1 Die Cast Collector’s Edition
The second version of Mass Effect: Andromeda Collector’s Edition Nomad ND1 is cheaper, meaning that it will cost you only $99.99.
This edition; however, includes a 1:18 scale Diecast Nomad ND1 powered by batteries. You can’t control the model and you can’t record videos or take pictures because the camera from the previous version was replaced by a pop-up drone.
The Die Cast Nomad ND1 Model also features an illuminated control panel which can be observed better when you open the car’s doors (see pictures below).
Similar to the previous version, the Mass Effect: Andromeda Die Cast Collector’s Edition bundle comes with a limited edition steelbook case but without a copy of the game.
Both models are officially licensed by BioWare and Electronic Arts, and are made of metal.
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