UPDATE: ‘God Of War’ PS4 Collector’s Edition Revealed; Receives April Release Date

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With God of War only five months away we finally have our first look at the game’s collector’s edition. Thanks to a listing on GameStop’s website we see that the game will include a statue like most collector’s edition and some digital stuff for the game. We also might have got the release date for the game.

UPDATE: Today January 23rd, 2018 PlayStation has announced God Of War on the PS4 will be getting an April 20th, 2018 release date. This is much sooner than the speculated date of June 30th, 2018 of which we first reported.

 

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The collector’s edition will cost $149.99 but seems to give the gamer quality amount of stuff. When it comes to physical items the collector’s edition will include the following.

  • Full God of War Game
  • Nine-inch Kratos and Atreus Statue by Gentle Giant
  • Steelbook Case
  • Two-inch Huldra Brothers Carvings
  • Exclusive Lithograph
  • Cloth Map
  • Stone Mason’s Ring
  • Mimir’s Head Talking Keychain
  • Two-inch Horse and Troll Carvings

The collector’s edition will also include some digital goods for the game with the following.

  • Defender of the Chosen Shield
  • Death’s Vow Armor Set
  • Exile’s Guardian Shield
  • God of War Digital Comic #0 by Dark Horse
  • God of War Digital Mini Artbook by Dark Horse
  • Dynamic Theme

The game has no official release date but GameStop has the release date as June 30th, 2018. There has been no confirmation by the studio but if we do get one or a different date we will update you.

Are you excited by this news? Will you be picking up the game or even the collector’s edition? Tweet us your thoughts on Twitter @SBArcadeCorner Johnathan Brin

Source: GameStop 

Many years have passed since Kratos took his vengeance against the Olympian gods. Having survived his final encounter with his father Zeus, Kratos now lives with his young son Atreus in the world of the Norse gods, a savage land inhabited by many ferocious monsters and warriors. In order to teach his son how to survive in such a world, Kratos must master the rage that has driven him for many years and embrace his newfound role as a father and mentor. Kratos must also contend with the Norse gods themselves as they are taking precautions against him, due to them being aware of his role in the destruction of Olympus. Over the course of their time together, Atreus learns more about his father’s complicated and shady past, while struggling with whether to be like his father or choose to be his own person.

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