God of War Ragnarok, the story so far feature trailer helps bring us up to speed on the adventures of Kratos and Atreus.
God of War (2018) is a surprisingly big game. Not only as a spectacle but also as a deep and meaningful story. I’m currently on my third playthrough in preparation for Ragnarok, and even I have forgotten some of its key moments.
Enjoy the tales of Kratos and Atreus
Thankfully, however, a video entitled “Myths of Midgard” helps bring us up to speed for the highly anticipated sequel. Furthermore, with the aid of the “Smartest Man Alive” Mimir, the story is presented as an enchanting fairy tale by Felicia Day.
Obviously, there will be some spoilers in the “Myths of Midgard” video, but it does a great job at keeping some of the major spoilers to a minimum. So, if you have a spare 7 minutes, grab a cup of tea or coffee, sit back and listen to the tales of Midgard.
Relish in the God of War lore!
However, if you want an in-depth recap and are not concerned by spoilers, I’d recommend checking out the three-part series from Zoe Delahunty-Light of Eurogamer.
The three videos in question will refresh you with all the need-to-know details ahead of the big launch a few months from now. I’ll share the three videos for your convenience below.
God of War Ragnarok ‘Odin’ concept art leaks
In recent God of War Ragnarok news, the concept art for Odin has apparently leaked and he might look a little different than you might expect.
Finally, resellers swiped most of the stock of the Jotnar Edition to sell for greedy profits on auction websites. However, in case you’re interested, here are the various editions of God of War Ragnarok available for launch.
God of War Ragnarok has a release date of November 9th, 2022 for PS5 as well as PS4. You can pre-order God of War Ragnarok from the GameByte Shop.
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