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God Of War 6 concept proves Kratos in Egypt is all we've ever needed

God Of War 6 concept proves Kratos in Egypt is all we've ever needed

This would be epic!

Santa Monica Studio or Sony is yet to announce the next God of War, but fans are already speculating which gods Kratos will beat up next.

After brutalising just about every god that Greece and Scandinavia have to offer, it's getting to the point where Kratos will have no one left to kill in the God of War franchise. Thankfully, there are still a few that are yet to fall victim to the Blades of Chaos, such as those of ancient Egypt.

Check out the God of War Ragnarök Valhalla trailer below!

In our review of God of War Ragnarök, we said it's “ a fantastically impressive sequel that delivers in every conceivable way. It expands on and improves the formula established in 2018’s God of War hugely, offering up blistering action, gut-wrenching twists, and truly cinematic boss battles with real emotional heft behind them. This is a high-stakes, high-fantasy rollercoaster from start to finish, and an instant PlayStation classic.”

Without giving too much away, the next locations following God of War Ragnarök have already seemingly been teased in the fantastic free DLC, Valhalla, such as the Maya civilisation and the topic of today’s story, Egypt.

YouTube channel Unreal Concepts has put together an impressive God of War trailer that teases the possibility of Kratos going to the land of the Pharaohs next and it looks gorgeous, powered by Unreal Engine 5.

It’s, of course, worth keeping in mind that this is merely a concept trailer created by a fan, so there is no basis of truth behind it. That being said, it certainly tickles our taste buds should developers at Santa Monica Studio want to take us here next, whenever that time may be.

God of War Ragnarök is out now on PC, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. Its 2018 predecessor, which kickstarted the Norse saga is also available on the same platforms.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment, Unreal Concepts via YouTube

Topics: God Of War, Santa Monica Studio, Sony, PlayStation, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Unreal Engine