Few games see God of War's (2018) success level. When the game was released several years ago, It became a Game of the Year award winner, an instant classic, and it set up a sequel in God of War: Ragnarok. But is Ragnarok the end of Kratos and Atreus' journey?
Santa Monica Studios developers have stated that though Ragnorok is the end of days, the God of War series will not end with Ragnarok. Ragnarok serves as the end of the Norse storyline for the franchise. Fans of the series can rest easy knowing there will be more in store for Kratos and Atreus after the end of the Norse realm.
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With adversaries like Freya, Odin, and Thor lying in wait for this father and son, they'll need all the help they can get to overcome the end of days. The pair even seem set on tracking down Tyr to aid them in their struggle.
When Santa Monica Studios was asked why they decided to make Ragnarok the final entry in the Norse sage, Cory Barlog cited the long development time of each of the games. Each of the Norse games took 4-5 years to create. To avoid stretching out the story, Santa Monica Studios decided that this was the best choice for the franchise.