God of War

God Of War PS4’s Release Date Confirmed, New Story Trailer Released

Fans of the popular game God of War have something to celebrate about. This comes after Sony has announced that the game will be launched on April 20 for PlayStation 4.

The company announced via the PlayStation Blog. In the same blog, God of War fans can take a quick preview of the game with a new trailer.

 

Sony set to release  God of War on April this year

 

“So, April 20, 2018…mark the date on your calendar, people. Clear that schedule, tell your significant other they are wonderful, because that is always a nice thing to do, and then wonder what you will do with all that free time you have now that you don’t need to keep asking me when the release date is,” wrote by game director Cory Barlog in the PlayStation Blog.

 

The God of War’s trailer focuses on the character on Kratos where he seems to grapples to teach Atreus, his son about the virtues he learned when he was a god-slayer. Barlog also gave an elaborate detail of the game’s special edition including the pre-order bonuses.

 

 

Those players who would avail the game ahead of the slated release date would get some perks. Barlog said these perks include three legendary skins for Kratos’ shield.

 

 

Also, for players who pre-ordered GameStop or EB Games, would be able to get the “Luck of Ages XP Boost” which would grant them a +10 Luck as well as one Enchantment Slot. This means that if you get luck, it will increase the amount of experience, among others.

 

 

Meanwhile, if you are planning to buy the game’s Collector’s Edition, it is expected to be sold for USD 130. The Collector’s Edition includes a 9-inch statue of Kratos and Atreus, an elegant steel book case, a 2-inch Huldra Brothers carvings, a cloth map, as well as an art piece on its own.

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