God of War One-Year Anniversary Merch Announced by Santa Monica Studios

God of War Merch

Santa Monica Studios has announced God of War one year anniversary merch during its weekly celebration of the game anniversary. The studio has partnered with a high end collectible company Mondo which will produce three pieces of the God of War merchandise in celebration of the upcoming anniversary.

The collectibles that will be available for fans to purchase will consist of three God of War items. The first is the limited edition screen-printed poster by the artist Matt Taylor. The second is the high-quality enamel pins of Kratos and his son Arteus designed by artist Nicolas Delort. Lastly, a 1/6 scale Kratos action figure.

The items are close to be released pretty soon as the anniversary is right around the corner. Though the Kratos action figure will be available on April 29, the limited edition poster and pins will go on sale a day later on April 30.

Additional details about the Kratos action figure are not known, though it seems it will be same one that was teased ahead of the San Diego Comic Con in 2018. Presently, there are no price tags attacked to any of the items, but you can check out the Mondo’s website which will update fans soon.

We have been getting a lot of God of War content lately, as players on the PlayStation 4 recently. Both the free theme and avatars of the game were available to purchase form the PlayStation Store.

Santa Monic Studios had previously thanked fans over the success of God of War. The title received game of the year award last year in 2018. With its appreciation, the studio gave out the free avatars and the theme for PlayStation 4 owners.

What do you think of the collectible items that the studio is planned to release? Let us know what item you want to get for yourself. Post your comments below.

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