God Of War PS4's Collector's Edition Revealed, Comes With An Epic Statue Of Kratos And More

Loads of collectables and digital content revealed in new listing.

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God of War's release on PS4 may still be months away, but we're getting an early look at the game's special edition, courtesy of a listing on GameStop's website. Although the game does not yet have an official release date, this version is listed as coming out on June 30 for $150. It includes bonuses like a statue, carvings, a digital comic and artbook, and more, in addition to the full game.

The star of the special edition is undeniably the nine-inch statue of Kratos and Atreus by Gentle Giant, but there's also several smaller carvings to get fans of the series excited. Check out the image below.

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In addition to the full game, there will also be several pieces of digital content that comes with the special edition, including an in-game armor set and shield, along with a digital comic and digital artbook. Here's a full list of what the Stone Mason Edition will include:

  • Full God of War Game
  • Nine-inch Kratos and Atreus Statue by Gentle Giant
  • Steelbook Case
  • Two-inch Huldra Brothers Carvings
  • Exclusive Lithograph
  • Cloth Map
  • Stone Mason's Ring
  • Mimir's Head Talking Keychain
  • Two-inch Horse and Troll Carvings

Digital Contents:

  • Defender of the Chosen Shield
  • Death's Vow Armor Set
  • Exile's Guardian Shield
  • God of War Digital Comic #0 by Dark Horse
  • God of War Digital Mini Artbook by Dark Horse
  • Dynamic Theme

The upcoming God of War takes Kratos to a land dominated by Nordic gods and monsters, and will be a more intimate story about Kratos and his son. The game is also going to be much longer than its predecessors, taking 25-35 hours to beat. There were previous reports the game would be released in March, but officially the game is scheduled to release some time in 2018.

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