God of War Ragnarok just received a released date, but that doesn’t mean Sony is done with us! Alongside the reveal trailer, there’s also a video where Ryan Hurst, Thor’s voice actor, and Rafael Grassetti, Art Director for the game, unbox the two “extra” editions of the game.
Yes, two, a typical Collector’s edition, which comes with a lot of goodies, and a so-called Jötnar edition, which comes with even more goodies. Sadly, there’s no price for them yet. Let’s take a look!
The Collector’s Edition comes with the following physical items:
- Knowledge Keeper’s Shrine (the box the stuff comes in)
- A set of “Dwarven” wooden dice, similar to the ones used in games like D&D.
- A pair of 2 in (~ 5 cm) Vanir twin carvings, most likely representing Freyr and Freyja.
- Steelbook display case (no game disk included).
- 16 in (~ 40.5 cm) replica of Mjölnir.
This edition also includes a number of digital items via a voucher code:
- Full game for PS4 and PS5
- Darkdale Armor, axe grip and blade handles for Dad, and a Darkdale attire for Boy.
- Digital soundtrack of the game.
- Dark Horse digital mini artbook.
- An avatar set.
- A Playstation 4 Theme.
In case you missed it, there’s no disc included with the game. We can sorta understand why, this way there’s no need to make separate editions for each console, but it’s kinda lame and makes the Steelbook feel wasted.
“Jötnar” is the plural form of “Jötunn” which are giants in Norse mythology and pretty important to the God of War lore. So this is basically the “Giant’s Edition”. It contains the same items as the Collector’s Edition, plus the following ones:
- Brock’s dice set (replaces the Dwarven dice).
- Falcon, Bear and Wolf pins (seem to be pretty big ones).
- Legendary Draupnir Ring.
- Yggdrasil Cloth Map.
- 7 in (~ 18 cm) Vinil Record with music by Bear Mccreary (unclear if it’s the game’s soundtrack or something else).
Pre-orders start on July 15th!
What do you think of the Collector’s and Jötnar Editions of God of War Ragnarok? Are you planning to buy either? Let us know in the comments bellow.
Wait, a pre-order? That must mean there’s a release date! Check out the new trailer.