Get the Digital Collector’s Edition for Fallout: New Vegas at Direct2Drive


Direct2Drive today revealed they have exclusive rights to the digital collector’s edition of Fallout: New Vegas. So what’s in the virtual box?? In addition to receiving Fallout: New Vegas, you’ll receive a digital version of “All Roads” — the 48-page digital graphic novel that was created in conjunction with Dark Horse comics and written by Obsidian Entertainment’s Creative Director, Chris Avellone.

The digital package is available today for pre-order on Direct2Drive and will be available for download in North America on October 19, 2010 and in Europe on October 22, 2010. Additionally, those that pre-order the digital collector’s edition will still receive the Tribal Pack detailed here.

Reader Comments

  1. I have to pay extra for some digital comics? Come on, if you’re going to charge $20 then at least send me the media in the mail. Give me some real value for the spend and I’ll keep spending.

  2. Prefer the real thing, worth it to have the book in front of me. Then I know that I’m paying for something that others can’t just download for free illegally

  3. it’s only $5 more…

    nonetheless, i think the digital-only packages from the likes of D2D and Steam should cost LESS than their hard copy counterparts. how does sending something to a server and paying for bandwidth fees turn out to be a more expensive process than burning, printing, and shipping packages, plus dealing with defective products and returns?

  4. I’m a little curious as to why D2D has an exclusivity deal on this, when the retail version uses Steam as the method for copy protection and stuff.
    I’m asking this out of curiosity of the industry, did D2D approach you with this kind of deal or did you approach them? Did Steam turn down the offer or something?

    It just seems weird to me since the game uses Steam anyway, that’s all.