A talented artist has shared a beautiful drawing of Kratos, Atreus and Faye from God of War Ragnarök together as a family.
A very talented artist recently created a beautiful artwork of Kratos, Atreus and Faye from God of War Ragnarok together as a family. God of War Ragnarok is the final part of the northern saga of the God of War series developed by Sony Santa Monica. The game was released to critical acclaim and has captured the hearts of fans since they first got to experience it in November.
God of War Ragnarok certainly lived up to expectations with its excellent gameplay, level design and story. The emphasis on family and Kratos’ relationship with his own family is key to the success of the game’s narrative, and it certainly left an impression on fans that they can’t stop thinking about. One fan in particular decided to pay homage to God of War Ragnarok with some amazing artistic talent.
In an online post on popular forum site Reddit, IndicationCreative64 posted an image showing Kratos, Atreus, and Faye together. In the family portrait, Atreus holds his bow, Kratos his spear, and Faye holds God of War Ragnarok’s signature Leviathan axe. Atreus looks focused in the picture, while Kratos and Faye look proud. The title of the post even contained a cryptic message about family, which is actually a quote from the series: “The two of us, the three of us… which I can never be alone.”
Although worded as a statement in the post, the quote is actually a question. One user spotted it from the movie God of War (2018) and pointed out that the question in the game’s first puzzle has the answer “family”. Another user expressed joy at the absence of the Blades of Chaos, as they are a trauma and burden for Kratos, and pointed out that the spear was made specifically to protect his son. They also acknowledged Atreus’ growth in God of War Ragnarok.
Family has certainly been key to the God of War series as a whole, but it’s especially important to the Northern saga of the games. Since the series’ relaunch in 2018, God of War has made Kratos’ maturation a key part of Kratos’ character development, with his relationship with his new family central to that development. The concept of family is even explored with God of War’s antagonist Ranarok, and it’s a theme that fans will continue to dissect for years to come.
God of War Ragnarök has already been released for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
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