God of War Limited Edition PS4 Pro Revealed


About a month ago, details regarding a potential God of War PS4 Pro bundle leaked online, giving those looking forward to the action-adventure franchise's next entry hope that Sony Interactive Entertainment and Santa Monica Studio would commemorate the title's release with a special version of the system. Now, it looks as if the companies do indeed plan to release such a unique console, as a limited edition PlayStation 4 Pro with designs inspired by the forthcoming game has officially been revealed.

As seen below in the video from PlayStation Europe, God of War fans can bear witness to the distinctive PS4 Pro launching on April 20, 2018 alongside the title, with the console's colors holding a muted gray hue, and its designs having been inspired by Kratos' magical Leviathan Axe. What's more is that it comes with a matching DualShock 4 wireless controller with insignia influenced by the game – which will also be available as a standalone purchase – and offers 1 TB of hard drive space.

Sony and Santa Monica Studio's reveal of the limited edition God of War PS4 Pro is just the latest in a long line of promotional items that the companies are using to bolster support for the forthcoming game. In an additional bid to provide products related to the title, Sony and Santa Monica Studio teamed up with Loot Crate to offer a package for fans chock full of collectibles and swag to decorate their respective abodes, which will definitely be great compliments to the game's special PS4 Pro.

Taking all of this into consideration, there's no doubt that God of War is set to be a major system seller for Sony, so from a business standpoint, it makes perfect sense for the tech firm to create a unique bundle that includes the title alongside a specially designed PS4 Pro. After all, once the game was officially announced during E3 2016, God of War handily became one of the most exciting PS4 exclusives to come.

God of War is set to launch on April 20, 2018 for PlayStation 4.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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