While many fans are waiting for the next game to be released, the concept art for Odin was leaked, so here we’ll cover all of the God of War Ragnarok leaks.
One of the most interesting aspects of God of War Ragnarok is the presence of various enormous Norse figures that were not present in the previous game but will be prominent in the sequel. This is especially true of Odin, the Allfather, who was mentioned but never seen throughout Kratos and Atreus’ first expedition.
God of War Ragnarok leaks
Raf Grasseti, God of War’s art director, teased earlier this year that his design will be something exceptional, leading to considerable conjecture about what he’ll look like. We may have just gotten our first glance at the character thanks to AestheticGamer (also known as Dusk Golem) and some leaked concept drawings. If you wish to walk into God of War Ragnarok without knowing what Odin looks like, consider this your final spoiler warning.
God of War Ragnarok Odin’s design
The concept art was provided by AestheticGamer on the GamingLeaksAndRumours subreddit, however, it’s a little difficult to see entirely with the words “Dusk Golem was here” printed over it. Odin, on the other hand, appears to be an ancient and weathered man who has a passing similarity to both Tyr and Baldur. He’s also lacking the cap he wore in several of the murals where he appears. We can also observe that he’s living true to his title as the “one-eyed Allfather,” as one eye is absent here.
Given that Odin is one of the most formidable adversaries Kratos has ever faced, the fact that he seems to be a weary old man is a significant surprise, and a new path for the team to have gone in compared to great characters like Zeus and even Baldur, who both appeared to be as powerful as they were. One thing that isn’t evident from the concept image is how tall Odin is, so he may end up being a giant figure in the final game.
God of War Ragnarok trailer
During the PlayStation Showcase 2021, the most substantial God of War Ragnarok trailer was presented. The trailer, which provided us our first peek at Ragnarok gameplay, is three minutes and thirteen seconds long. Take a look at it below:
God of War Ragnarok story
The official summary for God of War Ragnarok, which takes place “a few years” after God of War:
‘Fimbulwinter [the great winter] is well underway. Kratos and Atreus must journey to each of the Nine Realms in search of answers as Asgardian forces prepare for a prophesied battle that will end the world. Along the way they will explore stunning, mythical landscapes, and face fearsome enemies in the form of Norse gods and monsters. The threat of Ragnarök [the final destruction of the world] grows ever closer. Kratos and Atreus must choose between their own safety and the safety of the realms.”
God of War Ragnarok release date
God of War Ragnarok will be published on November 9th for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. As you may recall, Ragnarok was originally scheduled for release in 2021, but that date was pushed back to 2022 midway through the year.
The reason for the delay, according to Kratos voice actor Christopher Judge, was his recuperation following many operations. Ragnarok was then scheduled to be released in September 2022, however, the date was never confirmed, and Sony would shortly reveal the real November 9 release date.
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