God Of War Is Gaining A Lot Of Attention And Debates

Another epic is Kratos and Atreus’s journey. Ragnarok is rapidly approaching. It is the first Trilogy of the God of War series. Over the years, there have been many spin-offs. The original Trilogy is what established the tone for the Greek story.

God Of War 2018

Fans expected a similar treatment when the 2018 God of War. It switched to the Norse saga, where we would get another trilogy. The conclusion of this portion of Kratos’ trip will occur in Ragnarok. It indicates that the game’s creators had another idea. Santa Monica made this choice after much discussion. As the developers described in the most recent video discussing Ragnarok’s plot.


VGS quoted Lead author Rich Gallery. “We discussed whether the Norse story would be a trilogy or just two games. Every strategy has advantages and disadvantages. We, therefore, patiently awaited Cory Barlog to weigh in, and he did. Let’s do it in two, he added. They added that the game would provide fans with closure. And address many of the questions raised by the original game.

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Ariel Angelotti

Ariel Angelotti, the senior producer, continued, “This game is more extensive than we initially imagined. There are numerous significant plot points that we have to cover. There are other characters whose stories we follow. And because there is a lot for people to enjoy. It finally seems vast and epic. According to the developers, Cory Barlog, the game’s creative director. Ultimately decided to limit the game to only two entries. When he indicated last year, he didn’t want fans to wait 15 years for a trilogy because production takes time. He also expressed his reasoning for doing this.

Don’t feel cheated, though. According to a report, the campaign will take about 40 hours to complete, with 4.5 hours of cutscenes. The game’s leaked download size further supports this campaign. It is reportedly nearly twice as large as the 2018 game.

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