A new God of War Ragnarok trailer was shown at the last PlayStation State of Play event, featuring Kratos confronting Thor.
The all-new God of War Ragnarok trailer was announced during the PlayStation State of Play live stream last week, bringing with it tons of exciting battles, characters, and plot points from the very popular action game. look forward to – including Kratos’ long-revealed battle with the mighty Thor. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the final chapter of Kratos and Atreus’ journey through the Nine Realms since God of War Ragnarok was officially revealed last September, with a slow stream of new information. but it’s been growing steadily, creating excitement in the first few months. until its release this November.
One of the things players look forward to in God of War Ragnarok is to see Kratos go head-to-head with Thor, as this epic confrontation was hinted at in the God of War (2018) epilogue. There, Kratos and Atreus return to their home in Midgard after a long and perilous trek up the highest mountain in Jötunheim. While Thor never appeared in God of War (2018), characters portray him as a sadist, a far cry from the heroic image that mainstream audiences are familiar with in the MCU – and the art director God of War Ragnarok’s art later revealed a much more powerful design to match this powerful god’s personality. Thor and Kratos will indeed clash in God of War Ragnarok and fans have finally got their first look at what is sure to be a memorable battle between the aging Spartan warrior and the evil God of Thunder.
Yesterday’s PlayStation State of Play showcase ended with a trailer for God of War Ragnarok, now available to watch on the official PlayStation YouTube channel. This trailer begins with Kratos asking his son Atreus about a secret he seems to be keeping, followed by a previously leaked version of Odin’s God of War Ragnarok mocking Kratos about the nature of the god. . The trailer also shows Ghost of Sparta finishing off more enemies with the help of Atreus and he shoots an arrow into the sky with the giant wolf Fenrir at his side.
Although God of War Ragnarok was originally slated for a 2021 release, the game was ultimately delayed to 2022 in order to allow Kratos voice actor Christopher Judge to recover from surgery and allow the characters to return. Developers have more time to increase the page for the epic action title. The lack of information throughout this past summer left many fans wondering if God of War Ragnarok will be postponed to 2023, but Sony Santa Monica assures everyone that the game is on track for its scheduled release. by the end of this year.
Sure, God of War Ragnarok is finally releasing for both PlayStations on November 9, and the game’s latest trailer makes the long wait seem more than worth it. The game promises plenty of action and drama, including an epic battle between the God of Thunder and the Ghost of Sparta – and players only have a few months left until players get their hands on the game. .
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