God of War: Ragnarök is revealed at the Playstation showcase 2021. It is the sequel for the soft reboot God of War(2018). In the first seven games of the franchise, Kratos killed all of the Gods of Greek Mythology to avenge the death of his wife and daughter. In the Soft Reboot, God of War (2018) Kratos and his son Atreus have to deal with the Gods of Norse Mythology. His war with Asgard continues with this long-awaited sequel. The last game was praised for its stunning graphics, fun gameplay, and impressive storytelling. The trailer of this game shows the potential of this masterpiece to be another Game of the year candidate.
In God of War: Ragnarök, Kratos will have to deal and Freya. She was an ally on the first game but she will be on a heel turn as she wanted to avenge the death of her son Baldur. This game will set up the finale of the Norse Gaga of the series. A Third Game will follow to end it all of this sequel will succeed. It will be interesting to see Kratos face Egyptian Gods, Aztec Gods, and Japanese Gods. There are more Mythologies to explore until Kratos is the only God left.
Thor The God of Thunder will also be the main antagonist because Atreus is going to be the Trickster God Loki. In most media portrayals of Norse Mythology, Thor is the hero and Loki is the villain. This game will be a role reversal. Atreus is slightly older on this game because it’s been three years since the last game occurred. He is more experienced with battle so he will be a more reliable partner in this game. Kratos and his son must Battle the Gods of Asgard in the event called Ragnarök.
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