The Atlas Limited Edition for $80 comes with the game itself in a SteelBook case, the Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier Manual, a bonus Atlas Gorge multiplayer map, and the Atlas Digital Content Pack with themed exoskeletons and weapons. A step up to the Atlas Pro Edition for $120 includes everything above in the Limited Edition along with a Season Pass for all four of the planned multiplayer map packs throughout the following year.
If you don’t care about the toys and just want all of the digital content, there is the Digital Pro Edition for $100 that includes everything in the Pro Edition except the physical goods.
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