Ragnarok fan shares animated version of game cover
A very talented and dedicated God of War fan presents an animated version of the cover for the highly anticipated sequel.
PlayStation fans were recently treated with full gameplay and a story trailer for the highly anticipated God of War: Ragnarok. However, with no official release date for God of War: Ragnarok Currently confirmed and with details on the sequel ending, some fans have decided to revisit some of the trailers and artwork released just a month ago.
Kratos and his son Atreus have proven to be behemoths for PlayStation, both financially and critically, with God of the war break sales records for the console. For many players, God of the war is considered one of the best video games of all time, and that excitement has continued God of War: Ragnarok. In anticipation of the sequel, fans of the franchise have started sharing their fan art.
A Reddit user by the name of KratosMemories shared an animated version of the key art that was posted as part of the game’s promotional material. The artwork centers on Kratos and Atreus, who are set in a snow-covered landscape. and ice. The animation sees Kratos, Atreus, the wolves and the landscape moving dynamically, mainly due to the weather. The animation is incredibly meticulous, playing with the use of the wind to keep the snow constantly falling and blown away from the architecture.
Above the wind, the lightning that was first seen in the background of the God of War: Ragnarok the cover made its way to the foreground of the animation, sometimes hitting a few yards from Kratos. The animation really sells how chaotic this setting is, which makes sense given the events that could happen during Ragnarok.
The God of War: Ragnarok The background music of the trailer is also played over the animation, which adds a nice finishing touch to give a sense of adventure to the creation. For those interested, KratosMemories has kindly shared different sizes of animation to use as wallpapers for phones or computers.
So far, the general reactions around the sequel are positive, although there have been a few complaints about the animation in God of War: Ragnarok being similar to previous games. However, many fans see no problem with this, as it is primarily the story and adventure that Kratos and Atreus experience that is most important. The fan-made animation of the sequel’s art cover re-instills this idea, as it shows how much the franchise is valued.
God of War Ragnarok released in 2022 for PS4 and PS5.
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