Guild Wars Nightfall - Editions

Editions

Pre-release Bonus Pack
The bonus pack is similar to the pre-order packs from the previous campaigns, and was available from September 15, 2006. It includes a game trial key, an additional character slot, weapons for the new professions and a CD containing bonus materials.
Bonus
The Bonus Edition, only purchasable online, has a hard silver case with the title of the game on it. It contains the game, Guild Wars Nightfall, an access key, a manual, and an Exclusive Behind the Scenes DVD. It was only released in Canada.
Standard
The standard edition contains the full game, which was released October 27, 2006. It contains 3 game CDs, a book of game lore, a manual, and a miniature map of Elona. New players will get four character slots while players adding Nightfall to an existing account will get two additional character slots.
In Europe, the standard edition was also released on a single DVD-ROM.
Collector's Edition
The Collector's Edition has the same content as the standard edition but is also known to include a behind-the-scenes DVD, unique Dervish and Paragon in-game emotes, a Varesh Ossa Minipet (Miniature NPC that follows the player), an art book, skill pins, a Varesh Ossa mini-standee, a map of Elona, a code to unlock extra in-game music and the Nightfall soundtrack CD. It also gives you a "Nightfall Buddy Key" to give to one of your friends. The Nightfall Buddy Key allows your friend to play Nightfall for 14 days or 10 hours (whichever ends first) without purchase.
PvP Edition/PvP Pack
The PvP edition unlocks all of the skills and professions which come with Nightfall for use in PvP. It does not allow the player to access the Nightfall PvE content and the player must unlock weapon upgrades and Heroes. The PvP edition is only available for purchase online.

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