God of War: Ragnarok Fans Are Loving the Attention to Detail in the Game

Published 10/10/2021, 1:25 PM EDT


PlayStation’s live event lived up to the community’s expectations and blew everyone’s mind with a plethora of releases. The studio offered the first look at God of War: Ragnarok in the last phase of the event. This news definitely managed to excite the fans and left them filled with joy.

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Moreover, it has been confirmed that this title will mark the epic conclusion of Kratos in the nordic pantheon. So far, Santa Monica studio has not revealed the exact release date. And this put fans in a bad place as they are left with no choice but to wait and go over the trailer again and again.

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Fans discover intricate details in God of War: Ragnarok

The conclusion of the first journey across various realms of Norse mythology is still some distance away. This long journey saw the duo of Atreus and Kratos coming across gods, formidable giants, and Valkyries. The studio has ingeniously added a small doodle on the back of Atreus’ quiver that serves as a throwback.

Hardcore fans of the title have picked up on this fantastic new addition, which serves as evidence for Santa Monica’s dedication and the quest for building flawless titles.

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God of War won’t be turned into a trilogy confirms the developer

Creators of the God of War franchise shared a piece of discouraging news with the community. God of War’s director, Ray Borg, revealed that a trilogy won’t be feasible at all. Developing and producing one God of War title takes up nearly 5 five years’ time, which will stretch the trilogy out for 15 years.

“We’re talking like a span of close to 15 years of a single story, and I feel like that’s too stretched out.I feel like we are asking too much to say the actual completion of that story taking that long just feels too long. The complexity radiates out like ripples in a pond and we could make it an ocean and make those ripples go for thousands of miles. But is that necessary and is that beneficial.”

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This might be a piece of disappointing news for the fanbase, but it will ensure that the story comes to a close in the next sequel.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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