Finally available, four pre-order editions of God of War Ragnarok provide players with a lot of physical and digital content.
The release date for God of War Ragnarök has officially been revealed by Santa Monica Studio, along with a number of pre-order versions. The most recent game in the “God of War” series will be released on November 9, 2022, and pre-orders will open on July 15. After such a lengthy wait, some fans might be pleased with simply the game itself, but its more complicated versions have a lot to offer.
The release date of “God of War Ragnarök’s” pre-order versions is long awaited. Many fans had grown concerned about a delay due to the lack of details revealed during 2022. These worries should now be eased by the confirmation of its November 9 release as well as the disclosure of the collector’s editions themselves. Players may pre-order the game in four different ways, each of which comes with unique goodies in addition to the main game.
On the PlayStation.Blog and in an unboxing video released to the PlayStation YouTube channel, the different pre-order versions of God of War Ragnarök have been disclosed.
- The Standard Edition is the initial and most basic version and simply contains the game. This edition is available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 and may be purchased physically or digitally.
- Pre-ordering PS4 players will be able to pay $10.00 to upgrade to the PS5 version. Going above and beyond may be worthwhile for individuals who are enjoying the “God of War Ragnarök” hype.
- Digital Deluxe, which comes with a number of digital incentives both within and outside the game itself, is the first of three more complicated pre-order editions. Players will also receive a collection of in-game goods called the Darkdale item set, which Kratos and Atreus may use to wear or hold.
- The game’s music, a digital artbook by Dark Horse, a collection of avatars, and a PS4 theme are all included in the Digital Deluxe Edition.
“God of War Ragnarök” offers not one, but two Collector’s Editions
The fact that “God of War Ragnarök” offers not one, but two Collector’s Editions deviates from the norm. In addition to their physical advantages, both of these come with a digital ticket for the base game on the PS4 and PS5, as well as the material from the Digital Deluxe Edition. The Collector’s Editions also come in a box that replicates the Knowledge Keeper’s Shrines that are scattered throughout “God of War”. Players will discover a Steelbook display case inside (without a disc inside), 2 “Freya and Freyr, the Vanir Twins, and a pair of dice were carved inside a bag with an image of Yggdrasil on it. Finally, it was leaked that the Collector’s Edition contains Mjölnir, the hammer of Thor. The whole grandeur of Mjölnir is shown in a 16 “replica, adorned with elaborate runic patterns reminiscent of those found on Kratos’ improved and leveled-up weapons in God of War.
You can get acquiented with all the items in the different “God of War Ragnarök” Collector’s Edition sets:
- Printed voucher code for the full God of War Ragnarök game on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles.
- A Steelbook Display Case (no game disc included) depicting a bear and a wolf, representing Kratos and Atreus, respectively.
- 2” Vanir Twins Carvings – wooden carvings of Freya and Freyr, the Vanir gods.
- Dwarven Dice Set – a set of dice with a quality wood-like finish in a dice bag bearing a symbol of Yggdrasil.
- 16” Mjölnir Replica – A highly detailed replica of Thor’s signature weapon from God of War Ragnarök.
- Kratos’ Darkdale Armor
- Atreus’ Darkdale Attire
- Darkdale Blades Handles
- Darkdale Axe Grip
- Official God of War Ragnarök Digital Soundtrack
- Dark Horse Digital Mini Artbook
- Avatar Set for PlayStation profiles
- PlayStation 4 Theme
The Jötnar Version of God of War Ragnarök is the ultimate and most abundant edition. It contains nearly everything mentioned above as well as a few extra features that players may either use directly, utilize digitally, or exhibit in their own homes. The God of War characters Brok and Sindri, known as the Huldra Brothers, are shown on the dice’s bag instead of the Dwarven dice set, which has been replaced with a set of silver-finished dice with blue accents. The Draupnir ring, which the Huldra brothers historically created as a gift for Odin, and a collection of three pins that symbolize Faye, Kratos, and Atreus are also featured. Finally, a vinyl record with two songs from the game’s composer, Bear McCreary, is present. Those who have been waiting years for the release of “God of War Ragnarök” have plenty of options and benefits to look forward to between these four pre-order editions.