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God of War Ragnarok: we know a little more about the history of the game


A new synopsis has been spotted on the God of War Ragnarok page, giving us new information about the story of this sequel.

The release of God of War Ragnarok is becoming more and more apparent, and it’s safe to say that it is eagerly awaited. Until now, the different trailers of the game have given us a lot of information about its scenario, which is promising to say the least. But it’s not going to stop there, sincea recent update of the game page has delivered new small details on the continuation of the adventures of Kratos and Atreus.

War rages in the nine kingdoms

It’s always important to remember, so let’s do it: spoiler alert if you haven’t made the opus released in 2018! The story of Ragnarok will thus see Kratos and Atreus travel through the fearsome lands of the nine kingdoms of Norse mythology. For the moment, nothing we didn’t already know, but the new synopsis that has been discovered goes into more detail:

Fimbulvetr is already well underway. As the forces of Asgard prepare for the prophesied confrontation that will destroy the world, Kratos and Atreus must explore the nine realms in search of answers. On their journey, they will discover fascinating mythical landscapes and battle terrifying enemies, monsters and Norse gods. The Ragnarök is becoming more and more threatening. Kratos and Atreus will have to choose between their safety and that of the kingdoms.

However, as before, the difficulties encountered by our two protagonists will not only come from the outside and Kratos will have to confront once again his terrible past:

Atreus goes on a quest to find the knowledge that will help him understand the prophecy of “Loki” and find his role in Ragnarök. Kratos must choose between remaining paralyzed by the fear of repeating his mistakes or freeing himself from the past to become the father Atreus needs.

These are probably the last bits of information we’ll get on God of War Ragnarok. Now all we have to do is wait for its release on November 9 on PS4 and PS5. If you want to blow your wallet, the huge collector’s editions were presented a little while ago.

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