It’s no shock to anybody by this level that there’s a considerable time hole between the ending of God of War 3 and the start of the 2018 God of War. However, a brand new comedian ebook referred to as God of War: Fallen God will present us how Kratos traveled, and take us to Egypt, too.
The ebook will probably be written by Chris Robertson, and will probably be illustrated by Tony Parker, an Eisner Award-nominated artist. So far there’s no launch date, however hopefully Sony Santa Monica and the comedian writer will convey that up at a later date.
God of War is not any stranger to the concept of different mythologies. Sony Santa Monica’s unique plan for the God of War sequence was for various protagonists to kill their approach by means of the Greek, Egyptian, and Norse pantheons earlier than all assembly.
The 2018 God of War recreation additionally hinted at varied different gods and pantheons on this planet, because the god Tyr had traveled the world to befriend different races and pantheons, his treasure trove together with all kinds of artifacts from many alternative cultures, with a number of symbols from other pantheons painted on the partitions.
While we could not see all of those pantheons themselves, the God of War: Fallen God comedian at the least goes to point out us the Egyptian pantheon as Kratos arrives in Egypt, making an attempt to flee his previous after God of War 3. In Egypt, he’ll face an enemy that has confirmed to be invincible: himself.
It’s doubtless that very similar to within the Greek God of War video games, the comedian ebook sequence can have Kratos encounter a wide range of Egyptian gods each main and minor, although it stays to be seen whether or not he’ll find yourself combating them.
Once once more we don’t know when God of War: Fallen God will probably be releasing, however hopefully we’ll study the date quickly. In the meantime, God of War: Ragnarok, the sequel to the 2018 God of War recreation, is slated to come back out on each the Playstation 4 and Playstation 5 this 12 months.