Sony Interactive Entertainment has updated the God of War: Ragnarok product page with new gameplay footage and story details. Although sensitive aspects are not outlined to be considered spoilers or spoil the plot, little by little we go being clearer about what awaits us at the plot level in this second and last installment of the Nordic saga, scheduled for the year 2022 on PlayStation 5 and PS4.
As we can see, the title shows us new images of characters such as Kratos, Atreus, Freya and Angrboda in some of the new settings that we will visit in this long-awaited outcome.
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“Atreus seeks information to help him understand “Loki’s” prophecy. and the role it will play in Ragnarök ”, reads the fundamental premise of God of War: Ragnarok, which appeared as its first gameplay trailer at the PlayStation Showcase last September. “Kratos must decide between submitting to the fear of repeating his mistakes or leaving the past behind and becoming the father Atreus needs.”
“His travels through the nine kingdoms will put Kratos’ deadly Spartan abilities to the test like never before in his fight to protect his family” with weapons of war like the Leviathan Ax, the Blades of Chaos and the Guardian Shield. “As the threat of Ragnarök looms, Kratos and Atreus will have to choose between the safety of their family and that of the kingdoms …”
God of War Ragnarok will arrive in 2022 on PS5 and PS4, but does not have a specific release window
This week we learned that the game will have a “surprising, but inevitable” ending. Eric Williams, its director, will finish the arc of the Nordic saga in this installment, so there will not be a trilogy based on the work initially published in 2018. “We want to create an experience that is worthy of the name of God of War,” he pointed out. , with a moving, epic story in which we see traditional situations between a father and a son; with which we can all empathize.
God of War: Ragnarok is scheduled to premiere at some point in the year 2022 on PS5 and PlayStation 4.
Source | PlayStation; via GamingBolt