Despite a 2018 release, Sony’s Santa Monica studio and player-base is celebrating Kratos’ return in 2018 God of war, The game is already a cross-generational success from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, in part, thanks to a visual upgrade on the PS5 as one of the first backwards compatible games. It seems to be dominating PC now and to celebrate its release, a new trailer has surfaced that doesn’t shy away from some major spoilers.

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of 2018 God of war Kratos saw the trade in the Greek pantheon for Norse mythology in a personal journey with his young son, Atreus. Like the original games, Ghost of Sparta crossed paths with many figures from Norse myths, such as Jrmungander, also known as the World Serpent, and the wise Mimir. However, Kratos and Atreus were central to the game’s narrative as it explored the relationship between the two in a journey of self-discovery.

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Sony gives a glimpse of that journey, and more, in the latest trailer for God of warPC release. The trailer highlights moments commonly seen in the game’s marketing prior to release, such as meeting the World Serpent or fighting one of the various trolls seen in the game. However, the trailer also gives players who may not be familiar with a narrative glimpse of some of the game’s biggest narrative moments, the most notable of which include Athena and Blades of Chaos.

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The spoilers don’t stop here as the trailer also highlights the game’s climax and the pair’s arrival in Jotunheim, where Kratos and Atreus’ journey ends.

While the trailer does a good job of selling the epic scale of the game’s narrative, a trailer for a port nearly four years later should be debated about delivering spoilers. God of warOriginal release of . It is fair to argue, on the one hand, that Sony is within its right to use those spoilers as marketing material, given the above timing. However, there are potential players who could argue that they are disappointed Sony gave key plot points in the trailer and ruined a potential first playthrough.

Apart from spoilers, the trailer also shows off the impressive visual upgrades that Jump to PC will provide. The game was a visual beast on the PS4 already in 2018, and has only gotten better on the graphical side as time has passed between the PS5 upgrade and this port. This can be seen throughout the trailer with better lighting, detailing and a smoother framerate amidst the chaotic action Kratos takes.

God of war Will release on PC on January 14, 2022, and is currently available on PlayStation 4.

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