When the PlayStation Blog announced the extra deluxe God of War Ragnarok Jotnar Edition, which went on sale for $259.99 on Friday morning, the 16-inch model of Mjolnir was made public. The Draupnir Ring (a replica, not like Odin’s real one), a vinyl soundtrack, a pin set, and a cloth map of Yggdrasil and the Nine Realms of the Norse world are also included.
Pre-orders for the Jotnar Edition, which is presently listed as sold out, the $199.99 Collector’s Edition, and the basic Launch Editions for PlayStation 4 and PS5 ($59.99 and $69.99, respectively) are now being accepted on Sony’s PlayStation Direct website. Along with the dice and Mjolnir, the Collector’s Edition also comes with a tonne of in-game goodies and additional downloadable content.
Customers are informed in the listings that there is only a limited supply of the Jotnar and Collector’s Editions, and they are only permitted to make one purchase per account. The Jotnar Edition sold out at the PlayStation Store within an hour of its debut, despite the choppy price tags. At Best Buy and Target, pre-orders for the Jotnar Edition and Collector’s Edition are still being accepted. Friday morning, TheGamer reported that the Jotnar Edition’s U.K. allocation had been consumed in five minutes.
There is a Digital Deluxe Edition that includes a tonne of in-game goodies and extra downloadable content for those with a smaller discretionary budget. Although SIE acknowledged it when it revealed the release date for God of War Ragnarok last week, the PlayStation Store listing and price have yet to be published.
The Norse story of the God of War franchise, which began with Kratos and Atreus’ journey in 2018’s God of War, is reportedly concluded with Ragnarok. In the six games that came before it for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Portable, Kratos cut his way through the Greek pantheon of gods utilizing immense vengeance and ferocious anger.
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