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God of War Ragnarok Finally Gets a Gameplay Trailer

God of War: Ragnarok, the sequel to 2018’s God of War, lastly acquired a gameplay trailer in the present day, exhibiting Kratos and Atreus bickering as ever, and of course slashing their approach by enemy hordes.

Revealed at in the present day’s PlayStation Showcase event, it appears like a rather more stunning continuation of the place the final sport left off. It additionally gave us a take a look at each Thor and Freya, the sport’s fundamental antagonists. Mjölnir made an look, in addition to enemies teleporting in by way of the Bifröst.

As mentioned within the PlayStation after present, this model of Thor is way totally different from the one most individuals have grown used to from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is a rather more burly, hedonistic model of the hero, nearer to the unique Norse legend in mythology than Chris Hemsworth’s hunky Australian.

God of War: Ragnarok Trailer Screenshots — PlayStation Showcase 2021

Ragnarok is about a few years after the primary sport and can cope with following the thriller of Atreus’ heritage, together with the challenges of Fimbulwinter – the “nice winter” – main as much as Ragnarok coming to Midgard.

Santa Monica Studios revealed they gave us a glimpse of new assault skills, and Atreus’ new Runic Summon within the trailer. Players will even be capable to go to all 9 realms in Ragnarok, against solely six in God of War. Specifically, Vanaheim, Svartalfheim, and of course, Asgard.

God of War: Ragnarok had beforehand solely been revealed with a teaser logo. It was subsequently delayed into 2022, and will likely be coming to PS5 and PS4 with a $10 upgrade path.

IGN’s 2018 God of War review declared the sport a masterpiece, calling it “essentially the most stirring and memorable sport within the sequence.” It would go on to win IGN’s Game of the Year 2018 award, at which era the sport’s director Cory Barlog sat down with IGN to reflect on God of War‘s successes, improvement, and extra.

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