Pre-Order God of War: Ghost of Sparta for the Ultimate DLC Pack


I really don’t care much for most pre-order DLC bonuses, but if all pre-order DLC was like what’s being offered for God of War: Ghost of Sparta I’d certainly care a whole lot more.

Kratos’ second PSP adventure through Greek mythology, God of War: Ghost of Sparta, is officially scheduled to ship this holiday season on November 2nd, and if you pre-order now you will receive what’s been rightfully dubbed the “ultimate DLC pack” on the day of launch. It will include the game’s original soundtrack, a PSP theme, a PSN Kratos avatar, a Legionnaire character skin for Kratos and an exclusive documentary video featuring a roundtable of past and present Game Directors for the God of War franchise chatting about the series before a live audience. Oh, and a Dynamic PS3 XMB theme will also be included, which seems silly to me since many PSP owners don’t also own a PS3.

If you’re a PSP Go user — all three of you out there (I kid, I kid!) — don’t worry about being screwed over this time. Digital download customers who buy the game through the PSN Store within the first week of launch will also receive the DLC pack. Everybody wins!

God of War: Ghost of Sparta Official Release Date and Pre-Order Pack [PlayStation.Blog]

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