'God of War Ragnarok' gets trailer with gameplay in Svartalfheim highlighting new puzzles

God of War: Ragnarok‘ today received a new gameplay trailer past in svartalfheimwhich reveals a little more about the game and highlights the new puzzles created for the new God of War adventure.

It is worth noting that Game Informer magazine brought the video to its YouTube channel. In the video, you can see Kratos and Atreus exploring the area, which has beautiful buildings, several rivers and geysers. The protagonists will need to interact with the scenarios to solve puzzles, cross the water by freezing it, among other things.

Below you can see how it turned out:

In an interview with Game Informer, lead level designer James Riding talked about the experience of creating the realm’s points of interest: “We wanted to evolve the gameplay in the scenario spaces — more variety and verticality. In Svartalfheim, you’ll have several places to go in just one realm. It’s a lot of content.”

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Remembering that Svartalfheim is home to the dwarves, that is, it is the homeland of Brok and Sindri, blacksmith brothers and friends of Kratos and Atreus. In God of War (2018), the Ghost of Sparta was unable to travel there, as Odin sealed the entrance to the place — seeking to prevent an alliance between dwarves and the Vanir gods.

Remembering that the premiere of ‘God of War Ragnarok’ had been the subject of discussions for a long time. In early June, Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier reported that the game was scheduled for November.

Below you can see the images of the main characters of ‘God of War Ragnarok‘. Check out:

God of War Ragnarok‘ will be released for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 sometime in 2022.

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