God of War Ragnarok The mythos-crossing of Kratos would end the Norse chapter of the story, and the reasons behind keeping the story in two parts are both practical and fiction.
After the early God of War series, Halo, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and any number of other examples, we just expect the big sci-fi/fantasy media franchises to play out in a trilogy. This led to the preliminary disclosure that Ragnarok will really end shocking. However, a third entry would mean an even longer wait for a fair payment, God of War director Corey Barlog explained. An interview with YouTuber Captain Kuba.
“So there are many reasons. I think one of the most important reasons is that the first game took five years. The second game, I don’t know how long it will take, but I’ll throw it out that it’s going to be one. take close to the same amount of time, well, to do that. And then if you think, ‘Wow, a third in that [length of time],’ We are talking of a story span of 15 years. And I feel like it’s just too spread out,” Barlog said in the interview.
He further added that to Kratos and Atreus. the origin of the story between could Support the third entry, but questioned whether it would also “spread it too far” in the sense of the narrative. Instead, he compared it to sitting down with an expanded version of the Lord of the Rings trilogy and experiencing the full story after about 13 and a half hours.
“But other than that, as soon as we started talking about what the story could be, about where [God of War director Eric Williams] Really wanted to go, things that were interesting and exciting to her, I was like, ‘Yeah, I really think we can do that.’ Because it’s always centering itself around these characters, and then giving everyone the time they need. So those were the important things, and after that you really want to make a big splash with something. Not sure what it is, but I think it would be great.”
God of War Ragnarok is easily one of our most anticipated Upcoming PS5 Games, though now we want to hear more about what will be Barlog’s next big splash…