While searching for the flames of Olympus, Kratos stumbles upon new and old faces, such as the corpses of Hephaestus and Persephone. Eventually, Kratos finds the Flame of Olympus and possesses Pandora’s Box. The only way to extinguish the flames is Hephaestus’ “daughter,” Pandora. Kratos doesn’t find her until after wading through rivers of blood, killing most of the temples of Olympus, and removing the stone from Kronos’ stomach (long story). Kratos brings Pandora to the flame, but along the way, his paternal instincts kick in and he becomes attached to Pandora. We soon learn that Pandora can only extinguish the flame of Olympus by sacrificing herself. The way Zeus treats Hephaestus shows that Pandora is a game to do so. Zeus pleads with Kratos not to let Pandora extinguish the flames, and for a moment Kratos agrees with his father. Zeus then interrupts his own message by telling Kratos not to fail because he failed his family, prompting Kratos’ need for revenge.

After Pandora kills Flame and himself, Kratos opens the box to claim the weapon. Unfortunately, the box is empty. Naturally, Kratos doesn’t let that detail stop him from killing Zeus (and Gaia for good measure). Once the deed is done, Athena returns and demands that Kratos return the weapon from Pandora’s Box, and it takes her a few moments to realize that he had the weapon all along. god of war The weapon, as the games would tell any Greek myth, was hope, and that’s in Kratos. Unfortunately, this means that when Kratos opens the box, he releases the Big Bad inside and infects the gods of Olympus. In other words, Kratos unwittingly caused events to happen God of War 2 And 3. oops

Undeterred, Athena asks for her hope back, but Kratos has been burned by the gods too many times to trust her. So, he kills himself one last time to spread hope to mortals. God of War 3 It ends in despair, with Athena leaving, followed by a post-credits scene where Kratos appears to have recovered from death once again.

God of War (Release Date – 2018)

2018 god of war It’s a soft reboot that takes place an unknown number of years later God of War 3. Kratos has left Greece and its gods behind and found himself in the Norse region of Midgard (not to be confused with Final Fantasy 7of Midgar). Not only that, he found a new wife named Faye and with her a son named Atreus. Unfortunately, Faye died before the game began, so Kratos set out to fulfill her final request and scatter her ashes from the top of the highest mountain in existence. However, before he can do so, he is attacked by a mysterious man who feels no pain. Kratos fends off the attacker but is soon forced to take Atreus on his journey.

Unlike previous entries, the story of god of war Doesn’t revolve around Kratos’ need for revenge. It instead focuses on Atreus’ growing desire to be a good father and hide the truth of his godly heritage from the boy. What follows is a trek through the realms of Norse mythology as Kratos and Atreus try to find their way to Jötunheim, the land of the giants. Along the way, they meet some friendly faces, such as the dwarfs Brock and Sindri and the goddess Freya.

Finally, Kratos and Atreus reach their destination, and they are all stronger because of the journey they shared. Atreus grows up and learns the burdens that come with godhood, while Kratos finally makes peace with his bloody past. Naturally, the two of them have to kill some Norse gods along the way, including Thor’s sons, and the mysterious stranger, who we eventually learn is Freya, Baldur’s son.