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If you’ve been waiting for the next part of Kratos’ story then the Black Friday God of War: Ragnarok deals should be in your thoughts. The hotly anticipated blockbuster action-adventure title follows on from the beloved sequel from four years prior. Now, the reboot is available on PC, but its sequel appears to be console-exclusive for the time being.
Premiere Sony titles don’t come cheap, and that’s what is exciting about the Black Friday God of War: Ragnarok deals. Any money that can be shaved off of the premium price tag is a good thing in our book, too, so you won’t want to miss the next chapter for the Ghost of Sparta and his son.
Pre-order God of War: Ragnarok
- God of War: Ragnarok – PS5 | $69.99 at Best Buy
- God of War: Ragnarok – PS4 | $59.99 at Best Buy
- God of War: Ragnarok – Collector’s Edition | $199.99 at Best Buy
- God of War: Ragnarok – Jötnar Edition | $249.99 at Best Buy
- God of War: Ragnarok – PS5 | £64.95 at Amazon (Save £5)
- God of War: Ragnarok – PS4 | £52.95 at Amazon (Save £7)
Where to find the best Black Friday God of War: Ragnarok deals
We’ve seen a few retailers offering slight discounts on God of War: Ragnarok already, most notably from Amazon in the UK. With this information in mind, we’re expecting up to 10% off from major retailers. The game comes out ahead of the winter sales events, making it all the more likely that the MSRP could be slashed. Here’s what to expect right now:
- Amazon: Day-one edition available at $69.99
- Amazon UK: Slight discounts on launch editions
- Best Buy: Base and special editions at MSRP
When will God of War: Ragnarok be released?
God of War: Ragnarok is slated to hit shelves both real and virtual on November 9. The title was rumored to have been set for release last year. The holiday season is, arguably, the best time for a big-budget release to come through in time for the winter sales event.
Will God of War: Ragnarok be discounted on Black Friday?
Sony games historically don’t have the greatest track record for discounts. However, judging by the fact that some retailers are offering discounts already, that leads us to believe that there’s easily a chance of between $5 and $10 off to remain competitive. Amazon and Best Buy could lead the charge in that respect. More so when taking the special editions into account.