The legends return and the god of war returns. Four years after the highly acclaimed title of 2018, Santa Monica Studio is back in action on the Nordic Gods by publishing a new chapter, “God of War Ragnarök”, for Sony Interactive Entertainment, which will be available from November 9 for Playstation 5 and from For Playstation 4. Once again, the heroes of the adventure video game are Kratos and Atreus on a long journey through each of the Nine Kingdoms in search of answers as Asgardian forces prepare for a predictable battle that will end the world. Along the way, you’ll be able to explore legendary and stunning landscapes facing fearsome enemies in the form of Norse gods and monsters. The threat of Ragnarök is getting closer and closer: Kratos and Atreus must choose between their own safety and the safety of the worlds.
To create a new chapter of the saga, which was born in 2005 with the first God of War, the studio has also worked during the pandemic, relying on work from home for the entire team that gave life to the new adventure dedicated to Norse mythology. “When we decided to continue the God of War story in 2018 – say the developers – we immediately thought it would be a good mission, but then things got serious and very quickly. Now we know many stories about the meaning of a game. I work from home and we didn’t want to From the remote working conditions to become the story of this game. Our goal has always been to deliver an epic, raw and honest experience. Along the way, the conditions of the world seemed to be completely interconnected. To our themes, so the team began to gather around the idea of building a “blanket” to calm the players. Thus, from In their homes, hundreds of passionate artisans and storytellers embarked on the daunting task of painstakingly fixing this ‘blanket’.
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