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Critics’ Final Thoughts On God Of War Ragnarok: It's Nearly Perfect
"God of War Ragnarok" will bring the series' Norse storyline to a dramatic conclusion. Kratos and his son Atreus must face off against a vengeful Thor as the titular “end of days” event approaches. Ahead of the game's November 9, 2022 release, critics are in agreement that this new adventure is pretty much perfect and the game will blow fans away.
GameSpot's Tamoor Hussain praised its storytelling, noting, “Although Kratos and Atreus are the stars of the show, almost every character is in the midst of their own complicated journey." ScreenRant’s Akshay Bhalla raved about its complexity, writing, "The constant doubt and subsequent actions cause a chain of events that ... throw a wrench at every 'God of War: Ragnarok' theory out there."
GameSpot praised the game’s designs like Svartalfheim, the realm of the Dwarves, calling it “quite the visual spectacle to behold, rich in detail and intricate in its construction." The game’s staple of huge boss battles return as well with marked improvement from previous entries, as VG247 described the sequences as an "eye-popping, absorbing spectacle."