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God of War Has Always Been a Greek Tragedy

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Even though Santa Monica Studio has taken steps to immerse Kratos within the world of Norse mythology, the former Spartan General’s bloody past has continued to haunt him.

Generally speaking, the same can be said for the God of War franchise as well. Having been built from the ground-up within the shadow of Ancient Greece, its instantly recognizable pantheon of gods, monsters, and lesson-heavy stories have never been too far away from the forefront of the franchise.As fans continue to wait patiently for more news regarding God of War: Ragnarok, and its expected debut on PS4 and PS5 in 2022, it’s worth keeping all of this in mind.

Despite the new influences that have impacted Kratos’ life and quest for peace in recent years, there’s no escaping the fact that the character and series were both forged with Greek narrative concepts in mind.

As a result of this, throughout its nearly two decades-long history, the God of War franchise has held on to its status as a Greek tragedy.God of War: Ragnarok May Pass Kratos' Baton to AtreusThe God of War series’ status as a modern-day example of a Greek tragedy was pretty much solidified for good during its debut installment.

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