God of was Ragnar k That s why there will be no third part
After Sony has given us a first look at God of War Ragnarök in the last week of the PlayStation Showcase, the team of Santa Monica Studios then surprised in an interview with the statement that this game will be around the last title, who deals with Nordic mythology. There will therefore be a third part no longer. The history of Greek mythology was told in a trilogy at that time. In a conversation with Youtuber Kaptain Cuba, Creative Director Cory Barlog has now explained this decision.
There are several reasons. I think one of the most important reasons is time. The first game has used five years. At the second game, I can not say about how long it will take, but I’ll say it’s a similar Time will need. If you are now thinking about a third part with the same duration and we suddenly talk about a period of 15 years for a single story. I just find that to be pulled apart.
According to Cory Barlog, God of War Ragnarök will also end the history of Kratos and Atreus. The team wanted from the beginning that the story rotates about the relationship between the two figures. Unlike the predecessor, Cory Barlog is not responsible as Game Director for the successor. This role will take over Eric Williams, who has been a team with the Santa Monica Studios for many years. Barlog indicated in the PlayStation Showcase, however, that the studio seems to work with other ideas for the future. God of War Ragnarök appears exclusively for PS5 and PS4 in 2022.
From Dominik Zwingmann
17.09.2021 at 13:50