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The God Of War Ragnarok Easter Egg Fans Might Have Missed
In Norse mythology, Kvasir was a Norse god descendent of Aesir and Vanir, known for his wisdom, who roamed the world offering solutions to problems. In "God of War Ragnarok," he's the author of the 14 poems players can find — and instead of wisdom, Kvasir is dolling out sweet references.
All of the poems act as Easter eggs that reference other popular in-house PlayStation video games like "Large Society Ground Orb, The Performance," which is an apparent reference to "MLB: The Show." Lines like "A swing, a collision" or "Nine nights, and nine days" vaguely allude to hitting a ball with a bat for nine innings.
Poems like "Tool and Bang" refer to "Ratchet & Clank," with cheeky lines such as "with friends on their back," referring to Ratchet carrying his robot companion Clank on his back. Other Easter eggs in the poems include references to "Uncharted," "The Last of Us," "Ghost of Tsushima," and "The Order 1886," among others.