"Shopping advice" means "I need something that does X, what should I use?"; this is not that kind of question. This is instead "I want to buy product Y, where can I find it?"
"Speculation of upcoming releases" is about speculating on what the not-yet-released game will or won't feature ("will Y have multiplayer?"); it's not "speculation about upcoming releases" and, more poignantly, this question is not speculation anyway: the moment for pre-order bonuses is now, not in the future, and the preorder terms are already published.
Finally, the historical benefit argument will only hold water once the game has actually released. Being localized to a specific time frame is not enough to be closed as too localized, especially if the specific time frame is "now."
An argument can be made about closing as questions about the past as too localized in order to mark them as obsolete and to prevent them from receiving new answers — and that's what we do, actually, but that doesn't apply to something that's relevant here and now.
The above is why this question is not "shopping advice", not "speculation of upcoming releases" and not "too localized." It doesn't mean, though, that the question is on-topic. I believe it's more on-topic than off-topic, but the community will speak its mind via voting.