AvP Requiem was first released on DVD on April 15, 2008 in the US and on May 12, 2008 in the UK. In terms of DVD sets, the US had a theatrical version, an unrated version and a two-disc version marketed as the ‘Extreme Unrated Set’ while the UK had a single disc DVD and a two-disc set labelled as the ‘Ultimate Combat Edition’.
Both of these had the Unrated cut which has about 7 minutes of added footage. (See AvP Requiem Theatrical vs Unrated for more info). The UK does have three featurettes that are missing in the US versions: ‘Creating the Predator’, ‘Science of the Xenomorph’ and ‘Science of the Hunter’.
AvP Requiem found its way to Blu-Ray at the same time as the DVD – April 15, 2008 in the US and on May 12, 2008 in the UK. The US set features both the Theatrical and Unrated versions and the same extras from the DVDs. The UK on the other hand – despite the cover claiming this is the Extended Cut – only contains the theatrical version and the 20 minutes of unrated scenes can be viewed separately. The UK gets the same extras as the DVDs including the three featurettes: ‘Creating the Predator’, ‘Science of the Xenomorph’ and ‘Science of the Hunter’ which aren’t present on the US releases. A limited edition AvP Requiem Steelbook set was released in the UK in 2014.
A limited edition Collector’s Box set came out in Japan in 2008 with a 1/6 Predalien statue figure made by Hot Toys. The set was limited to 3000 units.
AvP was collected in 2008 as part of a 8-Disc Alien vs Predator: Total Destruction Collection compromising of every Alien, Predator and AvP film at that point.
Australia and some European countries got the Alien/AVP/Predator Ultimate Annihilation Set in 2011 – a 11-Disc Set including all Alien, Predator and AvP movies, as well as art cards and a booklet.