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God of War Ragnarok: What To Know Before Playing

God of War Ragnarok: What To Know Before Playing

The end of the days are nearing us. God of War: Ragnarok is the most anticipated PlayStation exclusive after The Last of Us Part 2 and is scheduled to release on PS4 as well as the PS5 next Wednesday. The hype is justified because Ragnarok can be an absolute one of the most anticipated games released in 2022.

This God of War sequel features stunning worlds and thrilling combat however its most impressive feature is its story. The bond of Kratos with his younger son Atreus is the premise of this story. It is about the duo battling the terror of Ragnarok which is the end of the world.

Everyone can appreciate the game's breathtaking graphics and well-thought-out puzzles. And anyone who can handle the brutality will love its combat. The plot, however, requires some study on the long-standing history of the genre. The players of previous films will need to be reminded of important plot points prior to entering into the new blockbuster.

And those who are who are new to the series will need to be familiar with the basics before stepping into the cataclysm that is God of War: Ragnarok. God of War: Ragnarok is great but, believe me when I say that it's extremely dense. ( Read our God of War: Ragnarok review here.)

Kratos originated from ancient Greece isn't he?

He certainly was. Even though God of War: Ragnarok takes place in Norse regions, Kratos' first adventures were all founded into Greek mythology. He began as a normal Greek warrior but, being near death in the midst of a bloody fight, he appealed to Ares the God of War, and made an plea for help. Bring him back to health, and Kratos will always be in Ares the debt of Ares,report by slots games.

The truth is that offering your life to the God of War is a foolish decision. Kratos who has an enchanted robe and the Blades of Chaos inscribed on his wrists, is sent to work, and by work, I refer to "ruthlessly taking villages." Ares considered Kratos an excellent but not a the greatest super-soldier. He therefore devised the idea that if Kratos murdered his daughter and wife then he'd have no any ties to the world and become the most brutal killer. The result was that Ares played Kratos into killing his family members. A terrible boss, Ares is a pity, but thankfully labor laws have advanced from the time of ancient Greece.

Ares the plan that works for a short time. Kratos does the right thing for gods for 10 years, but is plagued by nightmares about the loss of his family. Kratos demands Athena god of wisdom to stop the nightmares that haunt him, and she makes him an offer. Should Kratos kills Ares who's been rogue in recent times the goddess will cleanse Kratos's mind of the nightmares that haunted him.

Then begins Kratos his god-killing ways. In the first God of War trilogy, Kratos kills Ares and assumes his position as god of war. He gets betrayed by Zeus and is sent to the underworld, kills Hades in order to escape and discovers that Zeus was actually father (! ) He destroys the whole Greek pantheon, and finally kills Zeus. God of War 3 ends with a view of chaos-filled, godless horizon. Very heavy stuff.