God of War Ragnarok has a collection of Easter eggs that are reminiscent of PlayStation exclusives like Bloodborne, Horizon, etc.
God of War Ragnarok has several types of collectibles for Kratos and Atreus to collect as they adventure across the lands, including a collection of poetry written by Ksavir. While many gamers may not realize it at first, it’s surprising how much this poetry collection is related to other PS4 and PS5 exclusives like Horizon, Bloodborne, etc.
For gamers to understand better, Ksavir’s poetry is one of the first collections that players will find, and they will be scattered across the lands. There are a total of 14 PS-exclusive titles to be found in God of War Ragnarok, with each title appearing as an “Easter Egg”.
For example, the Easter egg Bloodborne by God of War Ragnarok comes in the form of a poem called Sanguinity. Although the opening is quite general, it quickly mentions “inject and reflect” to talk about Bloodborne’s wars as well as describe the setting of Yharnam, the rise of the Blood Moon, the reactions of the people. town and the need to “find a way out” refers to escaping the Hunter’s Dream. Meanwhile, the poem The Sunrise of Nothingness is related to the Horizon game franchise, where “metallic creatures” travel the world and are defeated by a young girl with mysterious origins and red hair. .
The best part is that this Easter Egg poetry collection mentions many of the games that gamers know about. Each poem references an exclusive PlayStation title, and below are details of the poems accompanying their associated games:
The Sunrise of Nothingness – Horizon
Large Society Ground Orb, The Performance – MLB The Show
We Who Remain, Part the Second – The Last of Us
Tool and Bang – Ratchet and Clank
Afterlife Abandonment – Death Stranding
Visions After Rest – Dreams
Spirits Within Walls – Concrete Genie
Celestial Construct – Astro’s Playroom
Upon Pursuing a Place Not Marked on Maps – Uncharted
Trip – Journey
Eastern Specter – Ghost of Tsushima
An Organization: In the Future – The Order: 1886
Sanguity – Bloodborne
The Dead Do Not Ride – Days Gone
This is a fun way to present gamers with these Easter Eggs, and many players will no doubt realize this at some point while playing God of War Ragnarok. Of course gamers can still play the game well even without taking the time to read poetry, but every poem in the game is worth reading because maybe gamers will discover new Easter Eggs. star.