Unboxing The ‘God of War Ragnarok’ Jotnar Edition

In just a few hours, the world will finally be able to experience the modern masterpiece that is God of War Ragnarok from Santa Monica Studio. With such a big blockbuster title coming for the PlayStation ecosystem, it would make perfect sense for a special edition of the game for collectors and fans to fawn over, and that is exactly what the God of War Ragnarok Jotnar Edition is all about.

Retailing for a suggested price of S$379 in Singapore, this hot ticket item is likely to be sold out at your local retailers, and if you are itching to see how it compares to a normal human being instead of a god like Thor, Geek Culture is here to help with this latest unboxing:

Also, do check out this picture gallery of the items in the God of War Ragnarok Jotnar Edition:

For all the important details, here’s what you are going to get if you were lucky enough to snag a God of War Ragnarok Jotnar Edition:

  • Full Game for PS4 and PS5 (printed voucher)
  • 16-inch Mjölnir (replica) Hammer
  • Brok’s Dice Set
  • 7-inch Vinyl (featuring Music by Bear McCreary)
  • Two 2-inch Vanir Twins Carvings
  • Falcon, Bear & Wolf Pin Set
  • Yggdrasil Cloth Map
  • Legendary Draupnir Ring
  • Steelbook Display Case (no game disc included)
  • Knowledge Keeper’s Shrine
  • Digital Contents Voucher:
    • Darkdale Armor
    • Darkdale Attire (Cosmetic)
    • Darkdale Axe Grip
    • Darkdale Blades Handles
    • Kratos Risen Snow Armor
    • Atreus Risen Snow Tunic (Cosmetic)
    • Dark Horse digital art book
    • Official digital soundtrack
    • PSN avatar set for PS4/PS5
    • PlayStation 4 theme

Without a doubt, the centrepiece that is the Mjölnir replica will be a conversation starter, while the vinyl and Yggdrasil cloth map will make for a great addition to any collection that is more into music or art. Naturally, if you are already a God of War fan, this Jotnar Edition will be a perfect addition; however, if you are still not convinced about the game, do check out our written review or the video review below on why we think this is the best entry in the series yet: