INDIA: God of War (2018) made a big comeback in 2018 and became an instant hit. Bringing home the award for “Game of the Year”, this hack and slash genre game is a direct sequel to God Of War, which continues the legend.
What you should expect from the sequel?
Beginning of Ragnarok till the end of the game:
As the game is known for its unique take on the plot, delving into the myths and legends of the world. The plot of the game could be comparable to God Of War 2, which deals with the fall of Olympus till the game’s conclusion. On the backs of the titans, Kratos awesomely attacks Mount Olympus. Similarly, Ragnarok will begin once the game is completed, and we will be able to play Ragnarok in the next god of war.
Kratos Vs Thor:
The most anticipated match between the two legendary figures from the Greek and Norse worlds would be a spectacle to behold. At the end of God of War 2018, Atreus had a glimpse of Thor, wearing a mystery hood. The appearance of lightning Mjolnir confirms that it is none other than Thor. There have been rumors that there will be two battles between Kratos and Thor. At initially, Kratos will be on the losing end. Finally, there will be a rematch in which Kratos will defeat Thor in battle. Then, we will be able to wield Mjolnir as a secondary weapon.
Fimbul winter will begin after the Baldur’s death:
Kratos kills Baldur in the cruelest way possible at the end of God of War 2018. Baldur’s final word is “snow,” which represents the start of the Fimbul winter. In the Fimbul winter mentioned in the book God of War: Lore and Legends, the lake of nine will freeze. This Fimbul winter will last until the end of the game, which coincides with the start of Ragnarok.
Time dilation and time travel:
When Kratos walks into the light of Alfheim, he hears Faye’s voice. However, an hour has passed, by the time Atreus pulls him out. In the following game, this represents the concept of time dilation. In different realms, time flows in different ways. In Chapter 7, the magic chisel reverses time by pronouncing some runes, which Mimir elaborates on by saying that only a few Vanir gods had magic that could reverse time. This also supports the time travel concept.