Track Atreus God of War Ragnarok: The God of War series has always centered on KRATOS. The series has always been the tale of one man, whether during its days as a hack-and-slash sex mini-game or his more subdued years as a father. God of War (2018), which holds the distinction of being the ultimate dad game, added Kratos’s Son Atreus to give him something more to worry about. However, in the first hours of God of War: Ragnarök completely reverses the script, placing Kratos in a supporting role and giving Atreus control.
BRING YOUR SON TO WORK — While the Atreus has already been a very regular companion in God of War (2018) and serves as Kratos’ emotional counterbalance, mechanically he is little more than a tool. The player’s commands are carried out by Atreus. Atreus does not carry out his own will; instead. Kratos commands him as to where to aim and when to fire. This is reflective of the narrative, which revolves around Kratos.
In the year 2018, Kratos’ identity is examined somberly so that both the player and the God of War must reconsider who he is and what he represents. Can the former god of war and god-killer take care of someone else?
The 2018 sequel/reboot followed in the footsteps of other high-quality linear narrative adventure games that prominently include a companion character. These games are sometimes unable to offer machinery in the same way as games like Ico, which served as the direct inspiration for games like God of War (2018) or The Last of Us, despite being added for the story’s emotional depth.
Kratos is satisfied to keep himself and Atreus hidden from the outside world while Fimbulwinter is in full swing and Ragnarök (the Norse apocalypse) draws closer. Even though he is aware that the Norse gods will return to exact punishment for his acts in God of War, he is no longer a guy who aspires to go against the gods (2018). Atreus is a unique case.
God Of War: Ragnarok
Kratos is satisfied to keep himself. Atreus has hidden from the outside world while Fimbulwinter is in full swing and Ragnarok draws closer. Even though he is aware that the Norse gods will return to exact punishment for his acts. In God of War, he is no longer a guy who aspires to go against the gods (2018). Atreus is a unique case.
Instead of calling Atreus “boy” in an obnoxious manner anymore. Kratos now addresses him by name and treats him with respect. In order to find the path. Identify hazards, and get us to remove them, Atreus will race ahead of us. Atreus’ direction and advice on how to solve environmental riddles are crucial to the two’s first excursion across the realm of Svartalfheim. You, Kratos, must assist him and establish a clear path for him to follow.
While Kratos’ tale was the focus of God of War (2018), Atreus’ story is the focus of Ragnarok. Kratos is now a dad who needs to learn to let his child take the lead once. And be their own person because he is no longer a parent struggling to accept the obligations of parenthood. Kratos largely plays the companion role, despite the fact that he is still the playable character mechanically.
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The 2018 reboot/sequel followed in the footsteps of many AAA linear narrative adventure games that feature a prominent companion character. While added for emotional depth to the story. These titles so often fail to deliver mechanically in the same way as games. Like all teenagers, he is in a rebellious stage. He sees the impending Ragnarök and wants to take action, even take the fight to Asgard itself. Atreus becomes the driving force of the story, pushing his father to follow him. In the early hours of Ragnarok. Atreus asks Kratos to trust him to lead the way for both of them, and as the player we do.
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