This has been a long journey just to reach this point so it is a little bittersweet to think that we are only a few months away from that journey finally coming to an end.
God of War will be available on PS4 this April, Sony has today confirmed. Check it out below.
Spend R1999 and you get the collector's edition, delivering a statue, cloth map and carvings - digital content makes an appearance here as well. In the past the God Of War games seemed to follow their pale-skinned protagonist from bloody sword fight to bloody sword fight with Kratos occasionally bellowing dialogue in between.
If you feel like the trailer spoiled the story for you, don't worry: most of the fun of any God of War game comes from actually playing it. The stone mason edition is available only in the U.S. and Canada, where it's exclusive to EB Games, and will set you back $150.
God Of War Heading To Battle On April 20, 2018
If you pre-order GameStop or EB Games, you'll also get the "Luck of Ages XP Boost", which grants +10 Luck and one Enchantment Slot. That's to say that while it will feature cinematic cutscenes, director Corey Barlog has revealed that Quick Time Events are gone and the story-based cutscenes that remain will feature panning and dollying of the camera instead of a straight cut.
So, there you have it: if you're a God of War enthusiast, Sony has plenty of ways for you to spend your hard-earned cash come launch day. If you plan preordering the Digital Deluxe Edition now, you'll also be able to snag a sweet, exclusive God of War physical pin while supplies last. The reboot is setting itself up much more as a father and son tale, a tale redemption, and the cinematic trailer covers the basics of the opening and what you can expect. Opting for the Digital Deluxe Edition ($69.99) will add the Death's Vow Armor Set to increase your strength, as well as a digital artbook and comic from Dark Horse Comics.
Along the way Kratos and the boy bond and we also learn that the boy isn't going to grow up to be soy-laden... he's got the blood of an alpha in him.
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