Recently, it was confirmed that God of War: Ragnarok ready to end God of warNorse saga with its upcoming installment. Since this information was conveyed, fans have relied on enough narrative teases to determine where the heroes might go next.
Cory Barlog shares an underlying reason for the Norse saga’s abrupt ending, stating that it revolves around the logistics of development. Some fans believe God of War: Ragnarok May enter directly into Egyptian mythology, whether in the final act of the game or during the post-credits flirtation. Today, CptnCASx shares Eric Ryan’s fan-created concept art for The Possible Story of Egypt God of war Voting.
Ryan’s artwork perfectly transports Kratos and Atreus to an ancient Egyptian landscape, complete with their own culturally appropriate outfits. The official key to both concept art highlights the same conceptual design as the art God of war And God of War: Ragnarok, where the pair of father and son pose with Easter eggs in front of the landscape of their current mythology and references are spread across the globe. Pyramids, skeleton enemies, draped in robes and skirts, a giant pharaoh and winged lions are among the many interesting details included in the concept art of the fan.
Having such a barren, sandy environment would create a stark contrast to the freezing cold of Fimbulwinter. God of War: Ragnarok. If Santa Monica Studios wants to generate the most significant environmental transition, perhaps it will be most satisfying to turn to an ancient Egyptian mythology for its next sequel. Ryan’s concept suggests that along with a new mythos, Kratos may also receive a new weapon type: a Khopesh.
Because the Leviathan X has become such an iconic weapon in its first installment, it would be a hard pill for fans to swallow if it was discontinued in favor of a new weapon for future installments. But this could very well be the case for a new mythology that would only inhabit a representative of the particular weapon type culture. Also, like Baldur, Freya and other characters who have participated God of warThe thrill of Norse mythology, it is certain that the gods of ancient Egypt will be applied thoughtfully and with enough twists to keep players in suspense.
Fans argue it will have a lot of story to sum up and offer God of War: Ragnarok, instead left with exposition and a cleaner transition to the next sequel. Because there remains such a huge gap between releases for enough development time, fans may have to wait a while to see what’s finally in store for the franchise.
God of War: Ragnarok Released in 2022 for PS4 and PS5.
Source: ArtStation – Eric Ryan
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