Cover Reveal – God of War Ragnarök

God of War Ragnarok is set to end the Norse era of the series, a saga that Kratos atones for his troubled past by becoming a more conscientious god and (mildly) affectionate father. In the upcoming sequel, Kratos and Atreus must survive a premeditated catastrophe, summon friends old and new to succeed against Asgard and hopefully stop all war.

I spoke with God of War veteran and newly appointed director Eric Williams, as well as some of the leading UX, combat and level designers in the making of the long-awaited sequel, and about the most important changes coming to the action and exploration loop. Of. In addition, you’ll learn about Kratos’ tools/toys, a never-before-seen dwarf realm it feels like it resides in, the unprecedented number of accessibility features available at launch, and new navigation mechanics, including some Quality-of-life updates.

Of course, that’s not all. We have other God of War content for your perusal, including a ranking of our five favorite bosses from the franchise. Additionally, Alex Van Aken participated in Evo, comparing the story event favorably to the Olympics. Marcus Stewart found time with the next entry in the most prominent fighting franchise of all time, Street Fighter 6. There are even some great freelance pieces out there. , One, for example, documents the careful construction of a Cuphead boss fight. And if you’re wondering what big games are on the horizon, we’ve got you covered with preview pages dedicated to Square Enix’s role-playing farming sim, Harvestella, Game Freak’s Pokémon Scarlett and Violet, and more.

The cover art for this issue has been in the works for some time, and its level of detail is testament to this. Kratos and Atreus face off against armored warriors, reptilian monsters flee the arena from every direction, the Huldra brothers draw their weapons from high ground, and a dragon cloud soars through the sky. All the while, rays of fire hit the distant mountain range violently. both the circulated magazine and game informer gold The version depicts father and son fighting an army of evil enemies. Limited to a per issue numbered print run, this premium edition of sports informer Not available for sale. To learn about places where you may be able to get a copy, visit our official Twitter, FacebookAnd instagramAnd stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks. click here to read more about game informer gold,

Print customers can expect their issues to appear in the coming weeks. The digital version of this issue launches later today PC/Mac, iOSAnd Google Play, To subscribe to the digital or print edition, click Here,

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