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God of War Ragnarok

Last Modified Mar 10, 2023 12:23 IST
A still from God Of War Ragnarok.
A still from God Of War Ragnarok. Source: Santa Monica Twitter


God of War Ragnar?k is the ninth installment in Sony Interactive Entertainment's God of War series, which was developed by Santa Monica Studio and released by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The 2022 release will pick up where the 2018 release left off, following Kratos and his son, Atreus, as they journey across the nine realms to avoid Ragnar?k while conquering enemies worldwide.


What is God of War Ragnarok about?


God of War 2018, which is basically the predecessor of God of War Ragnarok, ends with Kratos fighting Baldur and defeating him. That triggered an event which will indicate the onset of Fimbulwinter. After the Fimbulwinter began, three years later, Kratos and his son Atreus embark on another journey where formidable enemies are waiting for them, including Baldur’s mother Freya, half-brother Thor, and his father Odin.


A still from God Of War Ragnarok
A still from God Of War Ragnarok. Source: Santa Monica Twitter


God of War Ragnarok Gameplay


PlayStation 4 released a God of War Ragnarok gameplay showcase on their official YouTube channel, demonstrating what players can expect from the game!


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What is the difference between God of War Ragnarok and the 2018 game?


God of War Ragnarok starts where God of War 2018 ends. All the events till the onset of Fimbulwinter happen in God of War 2018. The J?tunn Seeress Gróa saw a vision of Ragnar?k's events while looking at her spouse in the old library. She witnessed the start of Fimbulwinter and all the horrible events that followed, culminating with the Gods pitted against each other.


The Seeress provides Odin with knowledge. Odin sensed her vision and went to her library to demand what she had seen. Yet, he could only obtain scraps of knowledge on Ragnar?k's significant figures. After this, the plot concerns Odin's trickery and treachery, which leads to his expulsion from J?tunheim. This resulted in a misunderstanding of the chronology of important events, such as Baldur's death, which precipitated Ragnar?k.


A still from God Of War Ragnarok
A still from God Of War Ragnarok. Source: Santa Monica Twitter


How long does it take to complete God of War Ragnar?k?


God of War Ragnar?k should take between 50 and 60 hours to finish. Platinum trophy hunters in God of War Ragnarok should expect to spend more than 60 hours completing the game. There are several side missions, bosses, endgame challenges, and epilogue pathways to look forward to when the credits roll.


God of War Ragnarok System Requirements


To run God of War Ragnarok on your PC, your system needs to meet specific system requirements. Below are the minimum and recommended system requirements to run God of War Ragnarok on your PC or Laptop.


Minimum System Requirements

CPU: Intel i5-2500k (4 core 3.3GHz) or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 (4 core 3.1GHz)

GPU: Nvidia GTX 960 (4GB) or AMD R9 290X (4GB)

RAM: 8GB DDR

Performance: 720p, 30fps

Free Hard Disk Space: 70GB

OS: Windows 10 64-bit


Recommended System Requirements

CPU: Intel i5-6600k (4 core 3.5GHz) or AMD Ryzen 5 2400 G (4 core 3.6GHz)

GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 (6GB) or AMD RX 570 (4GB)

RAM: 8GB DDR

Performance: 1080p, 60fps

Free Hard Disk Space: 70GB

OS: Windows 10 64-bit


A still from God Of War Ragnarok
Source: Santa Monica Twitter


God of War Ragnarok Trailer


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FAQs

Q. Why is Sindri mad at Kratos?

A. A grief-stricken Sindri blames Atreus and Kratos for Brok's death, though Brok tells Sindri that he forgives his brother for not telling him about his resurrection.

Q. Is God of War Ragnarok the last game?

A. Santa Monica Studio, God of War's developer, has said Ragnarok is the end and that God of War won't be spun into another trilogy.

Q. Will we fight Thor in God of War Ragnarok?

A. Yes. In the Realms at War, Thor is the second last boss players will face in God of War: Ragnarok.

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