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God of War coming in April, special editions confirmed

Not long to wait.

Update: We’ve yet to hear from Sony Australia, but EB Games has confirmed the availability of the Collector’s Edition here in the country. Details can be found below (with thanks to Jamie!).

Original story: God of War will be available on PS4 this April, Sony has today confirmed.

Sony Santa Monica’s Cory Balrog took to the PlayStation Blog to detail the game’s 20 April release date.

Moreover, three special editions of the game were confirmed, as detailed below:

  • Collector’s Edition (below): Includes a 9″ statue, cloth map, steelbook case, the Huldra Bros carvings pack and select digital items ($129.99 USD, $169.99 CAD, $199.95 AUS)
  • Stone Mason Edition: Includes a 9″ statue, cloth map, steelbook case, the Huldra Bros carvings pack, select digital items, Stone Mason’s ring, Mimir’s head talking keychain and 2″ horse and troll carvings ($149.99 USD, $199.99 CAD)
  • Digital Deluxe Edition: Includes the digital game, digital artbook, digital comic, a PS4 dynamic theme and select digital items ($69.99 USD, $89.99 CAD)

While it looks like Australia will get the Collector’s Edition, the Stone Mason Edition has been confirmed as available in USA and Canada only. Moreover, those in the USA and Canada who pre-order the Digital Deluxe version of the game will also receive a physical pin.

The Collector’s Edition is exclusive to EB Games here in Australia.

Further American pre-order bonuses were also confirmed. Those who pre-order from GameStop or EB Games will receive the Luck of Ages XP Talisman, which increases XP and Hacksilver gain alongside an increased ability to trigger perks.

A new story trailer was also released, below:

Sony Australia has yet to confirm Australian availability or pricing.

God of War is a PS4 exclusive due 20 April. We previewed the game at E3 2017.

 

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