IGN published this video item, entitled “Why God of War 3 Will Have a Different Setting – IGN Daily Fix” – below is their description.
The news that there’d only be two parts to the God of War Norse mythology saga kinda hit different for gamers, but director of the 2018 game, Cory Barlog, is opening up about his reasoning. In an interview with Kaptain Kuba on YouTube, Cory Barlog discussed why the story of Kratos and Atreus would be told over just two installments and not a trilogy or more. So the team at Sony Santa Monica Studio could’ve extended the story, but instead the decision was made to condense it to its core focal point, that being the relationship between Kratos and Atreus. With that, we’ll be getting a presumably well-rounded story based on these two memorable characters. And it’s not to say this’ll be the last time we see Kratos – God of War: Ragnarok is the second and final chapter in the Norse mythology saga of the series, but who knows where Kratos might end up next? We’ll have more God of War Ragnarok reaction when we receive future God of War Ragnarok gameplay. Gamers everywhere are looking forward to #GodofWarRagnarok. In other gaming news, Undertale fans: get excited! The second entry in the follow-up to the highly-popular game, Deltarune: Chapter 2, is coming September 17th. And finally, Gas Station Simulator is ranked third on Steam’s Top Sellers list.
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