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The mythos behind Kratos' Norse weapons in God of War Ragnarok

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God of War Ragnarok, without a shadow of a doubt, was this year's most anticipated title and genuinely delivered on players' expectations in terms of both the narrative and gameplay.

While the sequel's gameplay and combat are based on the fundamentals established by the 2018 original, it takes a lot of cues from the classic God of War games, with an increased emphasis on aggression, mobility, and verticality.The combat in God of War (2018) and God of War Ragnarok is made even more enjoyable this time around with the fun new twists developer Santa Monica Studio added to Kratos' weapons, giving players a host of new options when it comes to active weapon skills, passive buffs, and combos.While the weapons Kratos wield in both God of War (2018) and God of War Ragnarok are entertaining to use, they also hold impressive history and lore attached to their origin.

This is something the games only passively convey. The following section briefly dives into the Norse weapons and their mythos in God of War Ragnarok.Note: This article contains spoilers for God of War Ragnarok and God of War (2018).The iconic frost axe, which has now become one of the most notable weapons ever created in gaming, initially did not belong to Kratos but to his wife Laufey the Just or Faye.

Forged by the talented blacksmith duo - the Huldra brothers, Brok and Sindri, the Leviathan Axe is the single most capable weapon that could stand against Thor's Mjolnir and the All-father's Gungnir.During the events of God of War Ragnarok, it was revealed that Faye, the very last of the Giants, wielded the Leviathan Axe against the mighty god of thunder, Thor.

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