PlayStation Confirms Major God of War Ragnarok Upgrade

 PlayStation Confirms Major God of War Ragnarok Upgrade

PlayStation has confirmed that God of War Ragnarok provides PS4 and PS5 players with exactly what they expected from the first game. When Santa Monica Studio and PlayStation released the 2018 God of War restart, it won worldwide acclaim, eventually winning 94 in Metacritic and defeating GOTY's Red Dead Redemption 2 at The Game Awards. So far, the sequels are largely similar. This should be enough for most PlayStation fans, given how good the first game is. However, the sequel is larger and more extensive. This can be seen not only in  the rumored factory, but also in the description of the new story. 

 In this new story description (read below), note that Kratos and Atreus move through all nine areas during the course of the game. This is more than the first game. As you may remember, the first game had only 6 relams and lacked Asgard, Vanaheim and Svart√°lfarheim. 

 Read the explanation of the problem, "While Kratos and Atreus are preparing for Ragnarok, they embark on a mythical journey for answers and allies." "Santa Monica Studio has released a sequel to the  acclaimed God of War (2018). Fimbulwinter is in full swing. While the Asgard army is preparing for the prophetic battle that spells out the end of the world, Kratos and Atreus must move to each of the nine realms in search of an answer. Along the way, they  explore breathtaking mythical landscapes and face terrifying enemies in the form of Scandinavian gods and monsters. The threat of Ragnarok is getting closer and closer. Kratos and Atreus have to choose between their own safety and the safety of their territory. It's a loop, but it's not common. And it  makes sense to add the rest of the relam as well.

God of War Raganrok will be released worldwide on  PS4 and PS5 on November 9th. Find out more about the  long-awaited sequel, including  the latest rumors, leaks, speculation, as well as the latest game news


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