God of War’s Limited Edition Holiday Art Print Should Top Your Christmas Wish List
Putting the "Santa" in "Sony Santa Monica's God of War."
Looking to celebrate the Holiday Season with inarguably one of 2018’s best games from this year. Sony Santa Monica’s Cory Barlog and artist Adam Rabalais is helping you do this, with a limited run of “Freya’s Dinner” — a God of War themed holiday planning that is downright cheery.
Announcing the painting on his Twitter account, Barlog notes how the painting is only available for a limited time:
— Cory Barlog 🎮 🎄#CREATE (@corybarlog) December 15, 2018
Poster Posse’s official listing for “Freya’s Dinner” gives a bit more detail. Retailing at $40.00 (not including shipping), the pictures shows the entire cast of PS4’s God of War sharing a nice holiday dinner, free from epic battles or grudges. The print is officially licensed with Santa Monica Studios, so this isn’t just some fan painting of the game.
Clocking in at 18″ by 24″, it is not small painting either — though it is printed on high-quality Moab Entrada natural paper. The print will only be available from right now until December 23, 2018 at noon PST so grab it now if you are looking to add it to your art collection!
And this year is set to be a banner holiday for Sony Santa Monica and the God of War team. God of War eeked ahead of Red Dead Redemption 2 at The Game Awards 2018 for the coveted Game of the Year title, and is leading as 2018’s favorite game among PlayStation developers. On top of that, it isn’t doing too bad in DualShockers’ Readers’ Choice Game of the Year poll, however there is still plenty of time to get your vote in before the Sunday deadline.
If you haven’t played the game yet, it is one of the few perfect scores that DualShockers gave out this year and is absolutely a must play for PS4 owners. If you haven’t picked up the game, it is available for purchase over at Amazon as an early Christmas gift to yourself. You won’t be disappointed. Checkout a gallery of “Freya’s Dinner” below:
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