Easily one of the best reveals of E3 2016, the upcoming new take on God of War has Kratos’ fans clamoring for more of the new title. Sony hasn’t revealed much about the game yet but fans are already sold into getting the next game. A recent retailer listing reveals a few more things about the game including what could be the God of War PS4 release date.
German retailer Spielegrotte might’ve spilled the beans with regards to the God of War PS4 release. The retailer’s website lists what seems to be a Collector’s Edition of the upcoming title, which series fans are sure to get. Along with the Collector’s Edition items, the listing also lists a Jan. 15, 2018 release date for the game, but it could just be a placeholder date considering that it launches on a Monday.
The items for the God of War PS4 Collector’s Edition include a handful of neat collectibles aside from the game itself. The price of the God of War Collector’s Edition is a whopping €200. This shouldn’t be a surprise though as the item has a few figurines in tow.
- God of War game
- Nine-inch statue of Kratos and Atreus battling two Helwalkers
- Two carved sons toy figurines
- SteelBook case
- Exclusive lithograph print
- Cloth game world map
- Digital soundtrack
- Exclusive dynamic theme
- Shield pack containing three in-game shields
With E3 coming up, the recent listing could be hinting at a major reveal during the biggest event in gaming. We’ve yet to know the authenticity of the product listing but nothing about it is fishy or out of place. Players are speculating that this is the real deal and that there’s a chance we could see Sony unveil the product and give us more details about the anticipated God of War PS4 release date at E3 2017.
If the listing is true, then it means there’s a chance for Sony to reveal the God of War release date at E3 2017 since it already readied a Collector’s Edition of the upcoming title. With only a few weeks left before E3, we’ll get to see what the fuss is about soon.
The upcoming God of War is a reboot of the series. Instead of the Greek Mythos setting fans we’re used to, the developer is going to take Kratos into Norse Mythos this time around. There’s a lot of hype behind the game and it’s gearing up to be one of the most anticipated titles at E3.