God of War Ragnarok pre-orders went live this morning after 10 days of forewarning from PlayStation. This included the God of War Ragnarok Jotnar Edition as well as the Collector’s Edition, with the former being JB Hi-Fi exclusive and the latter being EB Games exclusive.
Despite the fact that most collectors seemed to be upset with neither edition including a disc, the Collector’s Edition managed to stay in stock for a solid 2-3 hours, whilst the Jotnar Edition came and went on the JB Hi-Fi website in less than literally two minutes. The Jotnar Edition ($400 AUD) was an extra $80 above the Collector’s Edition and include items such as a 7″ vinyl, cloth map, pin set and a ring.
As soon as the Jotnar Edition sold out, scalpers took to eBay listing the item for $1100-$1500, with several listings already being picked up for over $1,000 (nearly triple the price of the item itself). Just like the Horizon Forbidden West Regalia Edition, it’s expected that no more of these will be produced, which is sad.