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WWE '12: The Rock vs. Cena for Front Cover of the Game's Collector's Edition

Al ConstableSenior Analyst IAugust 14, 2011

Once again, the WWE Universe's loyalties are being tested.

THQ have confirmed on their Facebook that their new video game, WWE '12, is going to have a collector's edition. Unlike last year when multiple collector's editions were released (SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 saw Undertaker, Randy Orton and Bret Hart editions), this year there can be only one.

There are two choices to choose between. You can choose between either "The People's Edition" or "The Champ's Edition." Both obviously being named after popular catchphrases from The Rock and John Cena, respectively.

There will be exclusive content to whatever version wins. Last year's collector's editions included a pre-printed signed autograph, early access to an unlockable character (or DLC in Bret Hart's case) and a DVD containing a PPV or documentary tied to the wrestler.

Considering it's a Facebook vote, I probably won't get involved but personally I would like to see The Rock get a collector's edition. If the exclusive content is much like last year, I would rather have an unlock code for The Rock and a DVD related to one of his prominent PPVs than anything Cena's edition would offer.

Still, we won't know until after voting.

On an additional note, Jerry "The King" Lawler (via Wrestlescoop), confirmed he will be in the game as DLC after release.

WWE '12 is released November 22nd in the US and 25th in the UK.

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