On Twitter, Cory Barlog struggles to contain his joy over God of War Ragnarök. Indeed, the creative director of the title claims that he still has a hard time recovering from the last 30 minutes. While Sony has not yet revealed very little information about his background, the worst fan theories are dangerous.
Although we still have to wait a few months before we can get our hands on God of War Ragnarök, tensions have risen among gamers this week. The game is undoubtedly the most anticipated of the latter, as evidenced by the special editions resold at very high prices on eBay by skin manufacturers. So what happened to make the networks more scared in recent days? It’s simple: it just took a little tweet from Cory Barlog.
This Tuesday, the game’s creative director posted this cryptic tweet: “I’m still trying to recover from the last 30 minutes of God of War Ragnarök”, accompanied by emojis suggesting the ultimate crazy message. But of course, this one was careful not to say more. So fans are now expecting an even more shocking ending than that of the 2018 opus, which is already emotionally charged.
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What does the end of God of War Ragnarok have in store for us?
To appeal – attention, the area of spoilers – the first God of War title (at least, the 2018 reboot) ended with a surprising revelation: Atreus, the son of Kratos who follows him in the adventure, is none other than Loki. However, in Nordic mythology, the latter plays a major role in Ragnarök, the sweet name given to the end of the worlds. So, all theories are valid to try to figure out how the next game will end.
Will Atreus cause the end of the world? Or on the contrary, sacrifice yourself while trying to save him? After all, Cory Barlog has already confirmed that this new installment will mark the end of Kratos’ Nordic adventures. To get an answer, unfortunately we will have to wait until November 9, 2022, the official release date of the game. Until then, don’t hesitate to share your theories with us in the comments.
still trying to emulate the last 30 minutes of god of war ragnarok 🤯🤯
— Cory Barlog (@corybarlogback) August 2, 2022