The Collector's Edition was originally revealed last week when it appeared in a listing at game retailer GameStop's website. Packaged in a special Vault-Tech Lunch Box, the Collector's Edition includes a Vault Boy Bobblehead, a hardcover art book and a making-of DVD, along with the game itself.
Unlike the recently announced limited edition version of Kojima Productions' Metal Gear Solid 4 (PS3), the Fallout 3 Collector's Edition will not be sold exclusively at GameStop.
While Bethesda's announcement did not include pricing information, GameStop's listing pinned the collector's edition at $79.99 on consoles and $69.99 on PC. The regular edition of the game is expected to sell for $20 less, making it $59.99 for consoles and $49.99 on PC.
Fallout 3 is aimed for a fall release.