It’s finally time to get yourself ready for God of War: Ragnarok, as the new Limited Edition DualSense Controller is now available to preorder in the UK and the US. You can order the controller from GAME UK at the moment, or Walmart in the US, with the new themed gamepad costing £64.99 / $74.99. You won’t have to pay anything until the controller dispatches before release, and the controller will be officially available from November 9.
GAME is currently the only UK retailer to have the controller available to preorder, but you can also expect other sites to have it available soon as well, so stay tuned to IGN or follow @IGNUKDeals / @IGNDeals on Twitter for more news. As this is a limited release, you can also expect preorders to sell out quickly – so if you can’t live without this, I’d get your preorder in ASAP.
Where to Preorder the God of War Ragnarok Controller in the US
Preorders for the God of War Ragnarok DualSense Controller are starting to go live in the US, currently available to preorder at GameStop, Target (sold out) and PS Direct. Preorders aren’t live at Amazon yet, but the listing is available to view for now. Keep up to date by sticking with IGN, or following @IGNDeals on Twitter for more updates.
Preorder God of War: Ragnarok Controller in the UK
Priced at £64.99 / $74.99, so this limited edition controller will cost the same as the other special colour varieties of the DualSense controller, and £5 / $5 above the list price of the standard DualSense gamepad.
God of War: Ragnarok is set for release on PS5 on November 9, 2022. To learn more about the mythology of the game before it arrives, check out our Experts React to the game’s first trailer, featuring Jackson Crawford, a Norse mythology expert and media consultant for projects like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
For more, check out how God of War: Ragnarok is adding more attacks through an underused button. Or, check out everything else we know about God of War: Ragnarok.
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