God of War followers wish to see Egyptian gods after Ragnarok

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God of War Ragnarok arrives in November, and that would be the finish of this explicit saga. We’ve identified for a while that the Norse-inspired God of War story would solely be two video games and never a full trilogy, which leaves followers with the query of what comes subsequent.

That’s precisely what ResetEra member Marcus Aurelius requested in a ballot on the favored gaming discussion board. “Where should God of War go after Norse,” the ballot prompts, with choices like Japanese, Chinese, Native American, and Hindu mythologies. The present winner (by a protracted shot) is Egyptian, with simply over half of all votes. Behind that could be a jokey reply of monotheism, and Mayan/Aztec is in third. Egypt successful the ballot shouldn’t come as a shock, because the Egyptian pantheon is utilized in many video video games already — that’s Assassin’s Creed Origin’s Trial of the Gods proven on the high of this text, in actual fact.

In phrases of what an Egyptian God of War game would entail, there are many deities for Kratos (or a distinct protagonist) to conflict with. Set and Sekhmet are potential foils to Kratos because the god and goddess of warfare, respectively. Others embrace Anubis the god of loss of life and the crocodile-headed Set. Series lead Cory Barlog even stated that Egypt was one of many likelier situations for the present God of War video games earlier than Scandinavia. That Mayan/Aztec setting was on the desk too.

In any case, Ragnarok would be the finish of the Norse God of War saga, and it’ll have 9 entire realms for us to discover this fall. It’s launching on Wednesday, November 9 on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. There’s a ton of hype across the sequel, as the discharge date announcement video alone acquired hundreds of thousands of views and likes. For anybody seeking to revisit the sequence forward of Ragnarok’s arrival, we’ve acquired you lined — right here’s the best way to play the God of War video games so as.