The PlayStation community has once again entered the High North and learns the following secrets for a new chapter in the history of God of War. Yesterday we reported on an atmospheric Easter egg with reference to The Last of Us, but it turns out Kvasir’s work is much more extensive. The Santa Monica studio has arrived for several popular products that debuted on Sony consoles.
When working on the latest part of the famous IP, the creators relied heavily on Norse mythology, combining the story of Kratos with ancient beliefs. Santa Monica’s studio not only adapted individual threads, but also used the figure of Kvasir – the god of the North who, according to beliefs, was able to answer every question and traveled through the lands to share his knowledge. Kratos and Atreus also found his trail, who found throughout the story his poems that, after reading carefully, seem to refer to PlayStatnion exclusive games.
[Uwaga! Możliwy spoiler – poniżej przedstawiane treści nie odwołują się bezpośrednio do głównej historii boga wojny, jednak mogą przez wielu czytelników być traktowane jako spoiler]
God of War Ragnarok includes references not only to The Last of Us, but also to the Horizon series, MLB The Show, Ratchet and Clank, Death Stranding, Dreams, Concrete Genie, Astro Bot, Uncharted, Journey, Ghost of Tsushima, and The Order in general 1886, the bloodborne days passed.
These items are not only projects carried out by teams belonging to the PlayStation family, but they all first appeared on Japanese consoles and are very popular titles among gamers.
The latest production from PlayStation Studios is a very intense title in which learning the main story should take more than 20 hours, and the authors have prepared a number of attractive additional activities – the described Easter eggs can be a real pleasure for fans of the brand . However, the god of war Ragnarok hides many secrets…
Kvasir’s poems in Ragnarok’s God of War
Horizon Zero Dawn
The Last of Us Part 2
Days gone by
Ratchet and rattling
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