Why God of War Ragnarök will be the end of the Nordic saga


God of War Ragnarök has already been confirmed as Kratos and Atreus’ last game in Norse mythology. This was revealed by PlayStation Studios director Hermen Hulst and game director Eric Williams in a presentation after the latest PlayStation Showcase. In an interview with youtuber Kaptain Kuba, Cory Barlog, game director of , said that development time is the main “culprit” by the end.

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“There is many reasons, but I think the main one is that the first game took five years . The new one, I don’t know how long it will take, but it’s taking a similar amount of time. And a third with the same time, it would take 08 years to tell a single story,” explained Barlog.

— Fandom Gaming (@getfandomgaming) September 08 , 2021

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    The director of the first

    God of War also said that he thinks it’s too long and that he talked to Williams to finish the journey in the second game. As it’s a game about Kratos and Atreus, “the center of the plot is the relationship between the two and the complexity of this is like ripples in a pond”, he added. In other words, everything that happens expands more and more.

      Cory also defined the decision as something necessary and beneficial to not lose detail. es from the main plot and compared with book box — since the reader can follow a trilogy in the sequel, he wants the same for players of new GoW. It remains to find out which path the franchise will follow after Ragnarök.

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      God of War Ragnarök is in development for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Release date has yet to be revealed.

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