In the footage, Cory Barlog, the creative director of God of War, explains that between both games there is a period in which Kratos decides that it is best to just wander around the world. Atreus is a big part of the new game in that regard, as he creates a vessel through which the team can draw out Kratos' emotions and inner thoughts. This is because he is in a complicated situation in which he must face several emotional problems. While the game looks very promising on its own, with Kratos seemingly going in a new direction and learning more about himself, this might be one of the most engaging God of War entries yet.
"In my opinion, [Kratos] hit bottom emotionally". In the old games, we tackled more of the physical journey. You can see all of Barlog's comments on Kratos in the video down below. Elsewhere, God of War now ties with the remastered version of PS3's The Last of Us and nudges ahead of its closest rivals like Persona 5, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Considering that GTA V is not native from this generation of consoles, we could even say God of War is the current-gen best-rated title for PlayStation 4 and the best-rated exclusive. Do you find this new facet of the character interesting?
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