It’s been a while since Sony teased us with the next part of Kratos’ story. earlier this year, first look at God of War: Ragnarok He showed us a father and son on a quest for images of the god of war in Norse mythology. In the new trailer It was revealed during the State of the Play event in SeptemberThey have apparently found him, questioning their motives, their quest, and what they even know of the so-called divinity.
It’s a trailer that evokes a complex story that this time Kratos seems to be following his son. Together, they will determine whether they are bound by fate and prophecy, or forge their own destiny – all while walking through a procession of stunning visuals and fast-paced combat while wielding familiar weapons like the Blades of Chaos and Leviathan Ax.
Between hints of story and action, the trailer definitely teases what looks like a worthy successor to 2018 God of War — but if that’s not enough to convince you to pick up the game when it launches on November 9th, Sony is hoping a special, limited-edition console will do the trick. The God of War Ragnarok DualSense Wireless Controller It is a blue and white affair decorated with a wolf and a bear. The two-tone design is so subtle you probably won’t even recognize it as a God of War tie at a glance. On the other hand, they are not obnoxiously ugly.
God of War: Ragnarokand a limited-edition gamepad, both available November 9. Console pre-orders open September 27th.
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