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This Han Solo mini-fridge is amazing, and it's up for pre-order with Star Wars Battlefront

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The Star Wars Battlefront Deluxe Edition comes with an awesome Han Solo mini-fridge.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 isn’t the only mini-fridge in town this winter, as Electronic Arts reveals the Deluxe Edition for Star Wars Battlefront.

First spotted on Walmart's website, the Deluxe Edition will cost $130 USD (£85) and includes the mini-fridge along with a copy of the game.

The fridge features Han Solo trapped in carbonite from The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi – an iconic image from the classic science-fiction franchise.

The fridge holds up to six cans of drink, so long as they aren’t any bigger than your standard can of pop.

Brace yourself for this one: the fridge will also support both heating and cooling functions!

Earlier this year, Activision announced the Call of Duty: Black Ops III Juggernog Edition, which also comes with a mini-fridge and other goodies.

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Electronic Arts recently announced the Drop Zone game mode for Star Wars Battlefront.

Drop Zone mode will see two teams of up to eight players compete against each other to capture and control drop pods that fall into the atmosphere during matches.

The first team to simultaneously control five pods will be victorious, or whoever controls the most when a time limit is reached.

Players can deploy turrets and droids to defend captured points, while working co-operatively with their team to capture as many pods as possible.

An open beta for Star Wars Battlefront is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC this October.

Star Wars Battlefront will launch for PS4, Xbox One and PC on 19 November.

absolutionis

September 18, 2015, 1:20 am

It's a $40 mini-fridge with a sticker on it bundled with an EA game. All this for the added price of +90 for the useless stuff.

Even if you valued the EA game at $50 or whatever, you're still paying $40 for a sticker and a coat of paint.

Preorder culture is such a mess. Thanks "Trusted Reviews".

logicalphule

September 18, 2015, 2:26 pm

But I'll have a mini fridge with a cool sticker and you wont. ;)

Jamal'sFriedChicken

September 18, 2015, 5:33 pm

btw its a 20$ fridge with a cheap sticker on the front, do not get robbed by EA again

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