Here’s where you can pre-order the ‘God of War Ragnarök’ DualSense controller

TL;DR: The God of War Ragnarök DualSense wireless controller ($74.99) was available for preorder on PlayStation Direct as of Sept. 27.Lock in that preorder, boy.The limited-edition God of War Ragnarök DualSense wireless controller can now be reserved through PlayStation Direct ahead of its release on Nov. 9 — the same day as the game itself, which you can also preorder anytime. It’s priced at $74.99, which is just $5 more than a standard DualSense controller for the PlayStation 5, and it’s bound to sell out fast. (It already came and went at Target and GameStop.)The controller was quietly announced during Sony’s State of Play livestream earlier this month alongside the Story Trailer for the highly anticipated God of War sequel. Its two-tone blue and white design is a subtle reference to the Norse realm of Midgard, while the bear and wolf insignia on its touchpad symbolize the game’s divine father-son duo: Kratos and Atreus. Opens in a new tab Credit: PlayStation ‘God of War Ragnarök’ DualSense wireless controller (opens in a new tab) $74.99 Pre-order (opens in a new tab)

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TL;DR: The God of War Ragnarök DualSense wireless controller(opens in a new tab) ($74.99) was available for preorder on PlayStation Direct as of Sept. 27.


Lock in that preorder, boy.

The limited-edition God of War Ragnarök DualSense wireless controller can now be reserved through PlayStation Direct(opens in a new tab) ahead of its release on Nov. 9 — the same day as the game itself, which you can also preorder anytime. It’s priced at $74.99, which is just $5 more than a standard DualSense controller for the PlayStation 5, and it’s bound to sell out fast. (It already came and went at Target(opens in a new tab) and GameStop(opens in a new tab).)

The controller was quietly announced during Sony’s State of Play livestream earlier this month alongside the Story Trailer for the highly anticipated God of War sequel. Its two-tone blue and white design is a subtle reference to the Norse realm of Midgard, while the bear and wolf insignia on its touchpad symbolize the game’s divine father-son duo: Kratos and Atreus.

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