With an annual Call of Duty release also comes an annual set of Call of Duty collector's editions, and Activision has finally shown off the fancy versions of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

The Atlas Limited edition, retailing for $79.99, comes with the game in a steelbook case, the Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier Manual, the bonus map for multiplayer called Atlas Gorge, and the "Atlas Digital Content Pack" featuring themed character exoskeletons and weapons. The Atlas Pro edition, retailing for $119.99, comes with everything in the Limited edition, plus the Season Pass for four multiplayer map packs that will be released throughout the year.

Digital download fans are not going to be left out in the cold, however, as they'll get the chance to pick up the Atlas Digital Pro edition, with costs $99.99 and includes everything in the $119.99 package except for the physical accouterments like the Advanced Soldier Manual.

We're not surprised to see new Call of Duty collector's packages, but we are surprised to see that the focus is completely on exclusive digital content. There's no night vision goggles or RC cars to be found here, just exclusive items that your in-game character can use to better his or her performance. We love the idea of all-digital exclusives, but why are the prices still so stinkin' high? $119.99 for a bunch of downloads? That's a bit stiff if you ask us.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches Nov. 4 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4.