One new God of War Ragnarok trailer has been released, however, it may not be the last. The long-awaited sequel is set to debut in November. A little more information about the plot involving Kratos and his son Atreus is provided in the video, which includes both pre-rendered scenes and gameplay.
Kratos is once more seeking retribution; Atreus is withholding information from him, and everyone appears to be filled with moral disdain for what Kratos has done with his life. Additionally, there are images of Freya, Thor, several Valkyries, and Atreus shooting an arrow towards an eclipse, which is supposedly how the end of the world would start.
On November 9, a limited-edition DualSense controller will also debut at the same time. The wolf and bear logo is included on the DualSense trackpad of the blue-and-white controller.
Previously, Sony and Santa Monica Studio presented a selection of editions for God of War Ragnarok, from the entry-level Jötnar Edition to the normal edition ($59.99 on PS4, $69.99 on PS5) and a “launch edition” that contains Risen Snow armor and tunic cosmetics for Kratos and Atreus, respectively. The game, a set of pins, a set of Brok’s dice, a 16-inch Mjölnir replica, and many more items are included in that ultra-deluxe edition.
The Norse story of the God of War franchise, which began with Kratos and Atreus’ journey in 2018’s God of War, is reportedly concluded with Ragnarok. In the six games that came before it for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Portable, Kratos cut his way through the Greek pantheon of gods utilizing immense vengeance and ferocious anger.
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