CD Projekt revealed last week that they'd be releasing two versions of Witcher 2, including a collector's version dubbed "Dark Edition," though the premium bundle was unpriced at the time. Turns out, Dark Edition will cost $40 more than the normal and Enhanced versions, which Kotaku and major retailers like GameStop have confirmed. That puts the Dark Edition at $100 USD.
The Witcher 2 Dark Edition bundles together everything found in the Enhanced Edition plus a few extras, most notably the full-size artbook. The Enhanced Edition, in case you missed that memo, is a free upgrade for anyone who buys the game new on April 17. Folks who already own the game for PC will also be able to snag the extra content without paying extra.
To see what $100 can get, check the unboxing teaser below. Pre-order bonuses were also named for GameStop, Amazon.com, and Best Buy.