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Unboxing the God of War PS4 media kit

13 Apr 2018

PlayStation NZ has been kind enough to supply FutureFiveNZ the media kit for the upcoming God of War PS4 video game. It includes a lot neat extra stuff. 

For those wondering, our review of the game will be published next week once we have had a decent go at the game. For now, let's have a rundown on what God of War's media kit has

First of all, the media kit box includes a lot of great artwork that features both Kratos as well as his son Atreus. Opening up the box reveals two collector's coins as well as what looks like a bookmark. 

The media kit also comes with a disc copy of the game and a near art book that features not only illustrations from the game, but messages from developer Sony Santa Monica itself. 

Anyway, you can look at the media kit in more detail with the photos posted down below. God of War releases worldwide exclusively for the PS4 on April 20th, 2018. 

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