For numerous suckers, Elden Ring has formerly guarantied the Game of the Year award( at The Game Awards and other places), but numerous suppose it may have one huge contender God of War Ragnarok. This largely anticipated PlayStation exclusive lately entered a November 9 release date, and given that both FromSoftware and Santa Monica Studios’ last games won the GOTY at The Game Awards, it could be a real battle this time — depending on how it all unfolds, ofcourse.Although there was a release date advertisement and a teaser for Fenrir’s appearance in God of War Ragnarok, there hasn’t been important shown off in terms of gameplay and not much indeed shown off recently. suckers know Kratos and Atreus are trying to help Ragnarok, and ever Tyr, Fenrir, Angrboda, Freya, and Thor are each involved. numerous are also anticipating the appearance of Odin in the game or a caravan, especially after his ravens were potentially teased in another caravan, but neither hide nor hair of him has been officiallyshown.However, there are rumors of a number of God of War Ragnarok leaks out there, following the recent Last of Us Part 1 leaks. There was allegedly a security issue that some suckers were suitable to manipulate and access, but nothing about God of War Ragnarok has appeared online since this apparently passed, until now. lately,” retired” leaker AethesticGamer/ Dusk Golem, who’s largely known for horror and Resident Evil leaks, participated a character model of Odin. Since this isn’t sanctioned information, this should be taken with a grain of swab, but for anyone who wants to see it themselves, click Then. There was some discussion about Odin’s appearance and putatively some surprise that he’s not a man- among- men important God being like Zeus. Indeed, just as God of War Ragnarok’s interpretation of Thor threw some folks out, it seems Odin’s appearance — if this is legal — may do the same. He seems like a veritably fragile figure, nearly monk- suchlike in elevation from what can be seen, and at first regard, his appearance is veritably unpretentious. It’s likely Kratos and Atreus encounter him without believing he’s the leader of the Norse Gods.
still, this largely fits into Odin’s tradition too. Indeed though God of War has noway followed tradition 11, rather being inspired by it, it’s an intriguing take on the important god nontheless.