The upcoming bundle was revealed with a new ‘Next Gen Immersion’ trailer. Viewable below, it promotes PS5 features like 3D audio and the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback.
Launching alongside the game next month, the bundle will include a PS5 disc console with a standard white controller and a digital copy of God of War Ragnarök.
It won’t include the recently announced God of War Ragnarök PS5 controller, which is the first special edition DualSense pad themed around a specific game.
God of War Ragnarök was originally planned for release last year, but Sony delayed it to 2022 to help developer Santa Monica Studio deliver “a top-quality game while maintaining the safety and wellbeing” of its team.
Santa Monica Studio announced last week that the game had gone gold, meaning it was feature complete and ready for physical production, ahead of the God of War Ragnarök release date of November 9.
It also confirmed that eight support studios worked on the game. These included PlayStation Studios Creative Arts, Valkyrie Entertainment, Bluepoint Games, Red Hot, Super Alloy, Jetpack Interactive, Super Genius, and Original Force.