In exactly 64 days, the first episode of God of War Ragnarok will be released, and now, as a result of the hard work put in by the editorial staff at Game Informer, we are able to check out the next piece of content from the anticipated game. Kratos is coming to PS4 and PS5, and the most recent material enables you to take a look at the process that the developers used to build the kingdom of the dwarves.
In Norse mythology, the home of the dwarves is referred to as Svartalfheim. This mythical location was said to be situated in the middle of the world, between Midgard and Niflheim. In the case of the production by Santa Monica Studio, we can once again anticipate a particular interpretation that will be produced by the developers; nonetheless, at this point, we are able to have a look at the universe that we will be exploring in God of War: Ragnarok.
It is commonly held that the Dwarves were granted a dark region so that they would not have to be afraid of the sunlight and so that they could carve rock tunnels through which gold and mountain crystals would brighten their way. It is common knowledge that individuals belonging to this species are skilled in the art of mining and jewelry making. In addition, dwarves have a propensity for the creation of potent weapons… You are aware that Kratos discovered this information early on in the first God of War game, which is set in Norse mythology.
God of War Ragnarok is currently planned for release on the PS5 and PS4, but we can reasonably anticipate that the narrative will also make its debut on PC at some point in the future. Players on PC might be able to learn the beginning of Kratos and Atreus’ saga in the early part of 2022.