Loot Crate God of War Limited Edition Crate Review
My favorite game of the year now has a Limited Edition Crate from Loot Crate! God of War Crate promises a $90+ value of collectibles, apparel, drinkware and more.
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The Runes make their first appearance!
About God of War Limited Edition from Loot Crate
The Box: God of War Crate
The Cost: $49.99 + $10 S/H ($74.99 INTL)
The Products: $90+ value including
- Collectibles, apparel, drinkware and more—including a hoodie—you can’t find anywhere else!
- For fans reforging their bond with Kratos and those journeying with Atreus for the first time!
- Items designed using in-game assets from God of War™ to enhance your journey!
- Official God of War™ gear inspired by the unforgettable characters and moments in the game!
God of War Limited Edition from Loot Crate Review
This limited edition crate houses 8 items that are all 100% exclusive to the crate.
You’ll find an information card inside that will detail each item in the box.
Enamel Pin Set – Value $10-15?
Like all Loot Crates, it starts with a pin – or two pins in this case.
First, The Guardian Shield. One of my favorite feelings in the game is a perfectly timed block and knock-back with this shield – you can feel it and the games slows a bit.
Secondly, you can’t travel the realms without a trusty Bifrost!
Leviathan Axe Hoodie – Value $30-35?
The big ticket item of this crate is definitely the exclusive Leviathan Axe hoodie. The front comes with the game logo, but the back is where the action is:
The absolute best feeling in the game is triggering the boomerang effect of the Leviathan Axe – it produces such a fulfilling thud in the DualShock controller and wipes out any enemies in its path. I think it’s also kind of cool that this is the location that Kratos stores his axe, too, with the blade on his upper right shoulder:
I like that the graphic is simple and effective in detailing the axe.
I’d say it’s about a medium weight in terms of warmth. This will be good for the late Fall and late Winter – but probably isn’t enough for the dead of Winter.
The other thing to point out is the great little phone pocket right at the entrance of the hoodie pocket – my phone just fit in there – but that’s better because it’ll more than likely stay in place, too.
Vase Mug – Value $20?
One of the best items in this crate is definitely the vase art coffee mug! You might recall that there is a point in the game where you’re trapped in a few rooms with Atreus, and before freezing some blades and finding a way through them, Atreus will start to find pieces of Kratos’ past in these rooms:
One vase reveals a lot of the past that Kratos is trying to guard Atreus against – and Loot Crate does an awesome job of translating this to a household item:
While it doesn’t list it, I’d assume this is not dishwasher or microwave safe – I’m so excited to use this!
Leviathan Axe Paperweight – Value $15?
The axe is such a great weapon that it gets a second item in the box!
The axe stands about 5.5 inches tall and it has a weighted base to achieve its duty of weighing down papers. It’s one of the coolest ways to stop your paper from blowing away.
It has good detail, too, so it works just as a collectible.
Challenge Coin Keychain – Value $5-10?
You’ll get a challenge coin keychain that has a really nice weight to it. It’s about 1.5 inches in diameter and features Kratos on one side…
And Atreus on the other.
Playing Cards – Value $5?
You’ll get a deck of playing cards that feature concept art of in-game characters and environments.
I like these just for the artwork alone.
World Serpent Poster – Value $10?
Speaking of concept art – you’ll find it again on this 14×21.5 inches poster of one of my favorite in-game moments!
Any encounter with the World Serpent just felt absolutely epic and frightening, at least at first, so I’m glad to see some artwork portraying those moments.
Ashes Dice Bag – Value $10-15?
Kratos’ journey is simply to spread his wife’s ashes – and he carries those ashes in a little bag the entire game.
Inside that replica bag, you’ll find dice that are a tribute to ancient Norse games.
This brought back a bunch of frustrating memories of trying to hit all 3 bells before the first one stopped ringing. So there’s definitely a love/hate relationship with the runes.
Verdict: I really enjoyed all of the big-ticket items in the box – the hoodie, paperweight, and the mug. The smaller items were more of a hit or miss with me – but being such a fan of this game, I love just getting more of the concept art. I may be biased because I have always loved the franchise and really love this game, but I thought this was one of the best Limited Edition Crates that Loot Crate has done.
To Wrap Up:
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