God of War Ragnarok Review: Boy, its beyond this world

God of War Ragnarok, a sequel to the highly successful God of War game that was released in 2018 is shaping up to be a true masterpiece of Norse adventure. It was released worldwide on November 9, 2022, for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, marking the first cross-gen release in the God of War series. The game features the return of Kratos, the God of War, and his son Atreus as they traverse the dangerous and mystical landscape of Norse mythology.

The game centers around respect for its legendary lineage while not being afraid to take it to exciting new places, reflecting its core themes. God of War Ragnarok is an almighty achievement and creates a new high that makes many of its peers look positively mortal by comparison. The game promises to be a true masterpiece, driven by its engaging plot, breathtaking visuals, and immersive gameplay. The game’s developers have placed a great emphasis on storytelling, with a deep and engaging narrative that will draw players into its world.

A True Masterpiece of Norse Adventure

With its impeccable writing, pitch-perfect performances, and knockout action, the game is sure to be remembered for years to come. Players who are looking for an unforgettable gaming experience should definitely keep an eye out for God of War Ragnarok.

However, after playing the game, I felt the opening half felts frustratingly slow, for players who are eager to jump into the action. While it may take a while to hit its stride, players who stick with it will be rewarded with an epic conclusion. Nonetheless, the game is successful in overshading this drawback as it has many positive aspects than that one mistake.

At the end of the day, God of War Ragnarok is such a game that will appeal to both fans of the franchise and newcomers alike. Its blend of action, adventure, and Norse mythology promises to create a spellbinding spectacle that players will not soon forget.