Past year we got our first glimpse at the new God of War, which features a bearded Kratos complete with a new ax and, oh yeah, a son.
Jack Fennimore is a Heavy contributor specializing in video games and YouTube. Could God of War's story really involve the Norse apocalypse?
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The trailer dips into sequences that'll probably please the most vehement God of War fans, displaying the series's trademark hack-and-slash combat, infused with a brand-new Norse mythology setting. It still has that God of War feel, though, as the action is still very much there.
At the time of its reveal, Sony expressed extensively about wanting to find a way to make the main character more mature. Eventhough this one was friendly, we can anticipate that this game will feature the sense of scale that previous games in the series have. We aren't complaining, though, since it looks so fun.
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Storywise, we still don't know much, but I actually like the direction that they are taking. He also has a son named Atreus.
It also shows Kratos making friends, climbing up rock faces, rowing boats, and throwing his axe, which returns to him like Thor's hammer. With new goal and his son at his side, Kratos must fight for survival as powerful forces threaten to disrupt the new life he has created... Last month's 2018 release leak was confirmed, as God of War has been slated for releaes early next year.
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