God of War Ragnarök 3-Hour Free Trial Now Available for PS Plus Deluxe/Premium Members

God of War Ragnarök 3-Hour Free Trial Now Available for PS Plus Deluxe/Premium Members

God of War Ragnarök 3-Hour Free Trial Now Available for PS Plus Deluxe/Premium Members

God of War Ragnarök is now available as a three-hour free trial on PS Plus Deluxe/Premium membership. The trial started in North America earlier this week and has now arrived in India and the rest of the world – for PS4 and PS5 owners. While the gameplay and mechanics aren’t too far off from what you might have experienced in God of War 2018, this trial period should be more than enough to get you a feel for the latest from Santa Monica Studio. Winner of six trophies at The Game Awards 2022, it was recently announced that this game has sold over 11 million copies in the three months since its launch.

“If you haven’t picked up God of War Ragnarök yet, now is the perfect time to try your luck!” read a tweet from studio Santa Monica. If you choose to purchase the title after the trial period ends, all progress and trophies earned will carry over. Priced at Rs. 4,999, God of War Ragnarök resumes the journey of Kratos and his now teenage son Atreus through the Nine Realms in search of answers, as the Asgardian forces prepare for Ragnarök, a prophesied great battle that will bring about the end of the Nordic era. Beginning their journey in the middle of Fimbulwinter, the pair encounter several mythical beings, gods and monsters, while trying to avoid Freya, the former Queen of the Valkyries, whose son was murdered by our heroes. Compared to the 2018 reboot, there are only minor changes to the mechanics – Kratos can now cling onto ledges using his Chaos Blades and imbue his weapons with elemental attacks such as ice and fire.

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A PS Plus Deluxe/Premium subscription costs Rs. 849 per month in India, and offers multiplayer access, cloud storage, the aforementioned play trial, PS Classics titles, and access to a bundle of games every month. This month, Sony included the critically acclaimed Horizon Forbidden West in the catalog, along with third-party titles such as The Quarry and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Previously, the company offered The Last of Us Part I as a two-hour trial, to celebrate the HBO series’ premiere.

Sony also announced the PS Plus Festival of Play event, which runs until February 24, giving special rewards to members and non-subscribers alike. All PS Plus members – Essential, Extra and Deluxe – get exclusive discounts on PlayStation Store. Additionally, if you join the PlayStation Stars loyalty program, which is free, you’ll receive digital collectibles to play and collect trophies in select games. From February 18-19, Sony is also hosting a free multiplayer weekend, to give non-members a chance to experience what it’s like to compete against other gamers online. You can learn more about these benefits by visiting the official PlayStation blog.

The three-hour free trial of God of War Ragnarök is currently available for PS Plus Deluxe/Premium subscribers on PS4 and PS5. Memberships start at Rs. 849 per month.

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