PlayStation PS5 Console – God of War Ragnarök Bundle

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PlayStation PS5 Console

  • PlayStation PS5 Console Next wave of invites will be sent on 1/9/2023 to qualifying customers. While supplies last
  • Embark on an epic and heartfelt journey alongside Kratos and Atreus with the PlayStation 5 Console – God of War Ragnarök Bundle.
  • Bundle includes: PlayStation 5 console, DualSense Wireless Controller, Base, HDMI Cable, AC power cord, USB cable, God of War Ragnarok full game voucher
  • DualSense Wireless Controller integration: Feel your journey through the Norse realms, made possible by immersive haptic feedback and adaptive trigger functionality.
  • Stunning visuals: Bask in the beautiful worlds you travel through, brought to life by stunning art direction and arresting attention to detail. Behold enhanced reflections, lighting and shadows, as well as increased geometric detail and enhanced deformable snow.
  • PlayStation PS5 Console Fully optimized for 3D Audio*: Immerse yourself in the unique soundscapes of the Nine Realms as sounds reverberate and echo throughout the environment. Use highly accurate spatial audio to hear enemies approaching from any direction, including above and below you. *3D audio with stereo headphones (analog or USB)
Release date

November 9, 2022


The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.

Product Dimensions

18 x 6 x 17.9 inches, 13.3 Pounds


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Item Weight

13.27 pounds


Sony Interactive Entertainment

Country of Origin



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

November 9, 2022

3 reviews for PlayStation PS5 Console – God of War Ragnarök Bundle

  1. Avatar of Al A.

    Al A.

    Short review!

    I’m not going to review the Amazon selection or delivery process. I’m just going to briefly review about why I upgraded to a PS5!

    First the negative……. my PRO was compact and reasonably designed in a flat symmetrical style…… The PS5 throws out the space saving rule book in favor of waves and advanced looking style and it’ll not fit where your PS4 PRO was if it was in a tight space.

    Be aware that although the PS4 and PS4 PRO had 4K HDMI output for games, but, these models were limited to playing only 1080 Blu-Ray or regular definition DVDs. The PS4 will not play 4K Blu-Ray disks. Why Sony left that feature out, who knows! The good news is the PS5 DVD deck plays 4K movies to their full resolution. (as well of course as Blu-Ray 1080 and lower resolution/standard def DVDs). Now I only need my PS5 in the living room to cover it all rather then the 4K blu-ray player I had to use along with my PS4 PRO.

    I own several PS4 games and have yet to purchase any PS5 games.

    Let me say that my PS4 games play better on the PS5 then they did on the PS4 PRO. Graphics are superior, speed to access any menu or just in game play is much faster and these PS4 games take on a new and improved view on screen on my 65″ 4K hdtv!

    I can only imagine how great games specifically designed for the PS5 will be to view and play.

    My initial perspective on the PS5 compared to my PS4 PRO is that although the body design for the PS5 sacrifices space and fit for cosmetics…… the PS5 blows away my PS4 PRO (my PS4 PRO is using an upgraded 2 TB SSD for more capacity and much faster access/read speed than a spinning hard drive)…..

    Everything on the PS5 is faster……..everything……menu, access, games …graphics are better in detail, clarity…….I could go on.

    The other thing the PS5 asks you to do when you first set it up is a complete setup for display for best gamma, brightness, contrast, color, etc……it takes you through a complete and easy set up to -maximize- the quality for display on you HDTV. It made a huge difference on my Samsung 65 inch 4K TV.

    5 Stars all around! Read the pro AND user reviews on this new PS console. Yes, it is worth upgrading.

    The ps5 is a totally new and better gaming console. It’s the first to be backward compatible with PS4 games, …something my PS4 PRO would not allow for my PS3 games. So if you have a PS4 game collection, don’t get rid of them!

    If you own a PS3, PS4 or PS4 PRO, yes, it is a worthwhile upgrade and substantial evolution for the PS Game Console series. You will not be sorry for upgrading and a big upgrade it will be!

  2. Avatar of Chad Young

    Chad Young

    Full disclosure I have been looking for this since the PS5 was released. I wanted the disc version in order to upload/play PS4 games using the backward compatibility. But I was not going to pay more than MSRP for this. Had multiple opportunities to purchase one for $800 or more, but turned them down.
    With tax I paid a little over $600 for this console bundled with God of War: Ragnarok. That was a very fair deal.

    Graphics are amazing. I have it hooked to a 4K 120hz refresh LED TV and the picture is beautiful. Games load fast because of the internal SSD drive. Running the audio through a 700 watt 7.2 surround sound system, and the console allows you to customize those settings based on speaker placement. Audio is outstanding.

    Transferring data from my PS4 to the PS5 did take a little longer than expected, even on a gigabit network. I suspect that was due to the limits of the PS4 network card, but can’t prove it one way or another. All in all, setup and transfer of data took about 4 hours.

    PS4 games run upscaled look great, but there is still a huge difference in the graphics for a PS5 release.

    The way Amazon did the sale via invite only was great. No trying to beat bots. Didn’t have to worry about getting it in my cart and have it disappear when I submitted the payment. Amazon nailed this sale process.

    Sign up for the Amazon invite if you are still trying to get a PS5 and don’t want to pay upcharges through other sellers or resellers. It was worth the wait.

  3. Avatar of Brian W. Britt

    Brian W. Britt

    Nothing else much to say other than Amazon sent me a invitation request for it on the 10th of December. And with the quickest hands in the west and the power of a credit card, snatched one up. Actually did get an invite for the regular one without the bundle not just once but twice, back in June and even further back during February. Skipped out though mainly because most of the games I cared for was multi-platform. But that’s besides the point because as a lot of the futures games that I am eying are now making the jump towards this generation of hardware, PS5 Xbox Series X level, I figured I would go for it. Plus it came with one of my most anticipated games so that was a big push.

    But yeah product wise, everything came as advertise: Console, kickstand, a controller, HDMI, USB C and a Power cord. On start up you have the option of copying over your data from the PS4 in terms of content, save data and games. It doesn’t get rid of it, just a straight copy. I skipped this option though since I had most of my games on an external Hard drive. Fun fact is that you can change and share that same hard drive between the PS4 and PS5 and it will work vise versa as long as it’s on the same account. So on the PS4 side, if you have a External Drives, makes it easy to store your PS4 games. And you want to save your PS4 games somewhere else because the main storage , although a good amount, can easily be filled.

    But yeah, very happy with my early personal Christmas Gift to myself and can’t wait to check out more games with this nice SSD! Also the controller and its haptic feedback does make a subtle nice experience that you definitely have to feel. Sounds like a gimmick but it’s completely in the background while adding to the experience.

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