God of War PS4 Pro Bundle Officially Announced

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At this point, you’d probably have to be living under a rock to be unaware of the new God of War game coming out this year. It’s one of the most highly anticipated games of the year and is set for release on April 20. Today (March 6), it was officially announced that the game will also have a PS4 Pro bundle.

It was announced on the official PlayStation blog today that the Limited Edition God of War PlayStation 4 Pro bundle will launch alongside the game in April. This bundle will include a PS4 Pro with a design based off of Kratos’ Leviathan Axe from the new game, a gray DualShock 4 controller with the Huldra Brothers brand on it, a physical copy of God of War and unspecified digital content. This bundle will become available for pre-order today in the U.S. and Canada and will cost $399.99 USD or $499.99 CAD, which is pretty good considering this is about how much a new PS4 Pro usually costs on its own. If you’re a big God of War fan but have been holding out on getting a PS4 (or PS4 Pro), this might provide the reason to get one. Pre-orders will be available from here.

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Dylan Siegler has a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Redlands. He has copy edited novels and short stories and is the editor of nearly all marketing materials for RoKo Marketing. In addition to his professional work, Dylan is also working on several of his own projects. Some of these projects include a novel that satirizes the very nature of novel writing as an art and a short film that parodies buddy cop movies. His short story “Day 3658,” a look into a future ten years into a zombie apocalypse, is being published in September of 2017 in Microcosm Publishing’s compilation Bikes in Space IV: Biketopia. His political satire "The Devil's Advocates" is currently available for free (the link to this story can be found on his Facebook page).