There are some absolute insane video game special editions out there in the wild, but I reckon Dying Light's Spotlight Edition puts every single one of them to shame. If you have a handy $10 million to hand though. Keep that in mind.
For that outrageous amount of cash, you'll get a speaking role in the movie adaptation of the game, not ironically titled Dying Light: The Movie, acting lessons from none other than Assassin's Creed's Ezio Auditore Da Firenze himself, Roger Craig Smith, your own set trailer, parkour training, off-road driving training, a session with FX make-up, a copy of the script (of course), a screening tour of the film, 10 VIP tickets to opening night, a voice role in the game and 4 copies of Dying Light: The Following!
Now that's value for money, right?
This has to be way too good to be true, because in fairness you could have all of these perks for a considerably cheaper amount of money. Which makes me think that this is all a glorious PR stunt, which has worked admirably! Or a tongue-in-cheek dig at how ridiculous DLC bonuses have become over the years. Even more so perhaps considering Dying Light's other outrageous special edition.
Last time around, fuss was being made over their £250k special edition that included a "zombie apocalypse-proofed house" and some night vision goggles! Well worth it right?