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CCP Games have just unveiled a brand new Collector's Edition as EVE Online enters its second decade of online entertainment. The Second Decade' Collector's Edition will offer a variety of goodies for both the physical and digital world with a current release date of October 2013.

The bonuses spread across the worlds of EVE Online and DUST 514 setting players back a staggering ?149.99. For a full rundown of all the bonuses you can visit the official website although we've highlighted the main attractions below.

Physical Items 

  • 190-page Hardcover ?Into the Second Decade? fully-illustrated history book, celebrating the EVE Universe from creation to the integration of DUST 514.
  • ?Minmatar Rifter? combat frigate 4-port USB hub (Dim: 7?Lx7?Wx2?H) brings one of the most popular ships in EVE history to your real-life desktop.
  • EVE Symphony Soundtrack CD, recorded live during the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra performance at Fanfest 2013
  • 'Danger Game', the board game created by the founders of CCP to help fund the development of the original EVE Online release, now translated to English for all to enjoy.
  • Durable metal commemorative Danger Game collector's tin
  • A "Mystery Code" that will grant owners special, but currently secret, benefits related to future CCP products and events.

Pre-purchase EVE: The Second Decade Collector's Edition and receive additional in-game items for EVE Online and DUST 514.

  • The "Nefantar Thrasher" (EVE) - Own a destroyer that stands out from the crowd. Use this savage attack ship to bring supreme firepower to any combat fleet or orbital strike run.
  • Amarr Drop Uplink (DUST 514) - A permanent item spawn point generator for strategy-minded mercenaries. Regroup your team on your terms for the tactical edge.
  • NEW! Sleeve tattoos (EVE) - A hot new customization feature currently available only to pre-purchase customers. Four bold designs to choose from. Exp

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