God of War Saga Collection Contains All Five Games For $40 [Update 2]

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A few days ago, we reported the existence of something called the God of War Saga Collection. This morning, Sony officially announced the new package, along with the inFAMOUS Collection.


The God of War Saga Collection, as many of our readers suspected, contains all five God of War games. That’s God of Wars I through IIIGod of War: Chains of Olympus, and God of War: Ghost of Sparta, all re-mastered in HD. Also included is a voucher for a one-month trial of PlayStation Plus.


Finally, God of War: Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta will also support stereoscopic 3D displays. Earlier, Sony mistakenly announced that God of War III would support 3D as well, but this is not the case.


Additionally, a Sony representative points out in the PlayStation blog’s comments that, while God of War I-III will be in the box, Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta will have download vouchers, and that the entire God of War Saga Collection will cost $40.


Meanwhile, the inFAMOUS Collection contains inFAMOUSinFAMOUS 2inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood, extra missions, and additional character costumes, power-ups and weapons. This one will cost $30. Both the God of War Collection and inFAMOUS Collection will be available on August 28th.


Sony say they’ll be announcing more Collections in the coming weeks.


Update: Sony have updated their announcement post with revised details. We’ve changed our report accordingly.

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