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This is probably the beginning to the man we know in God of War 4. It was his attempt to heal what he destroyed throughout the game as he ended the Greek pantheon. Art was done by shalizah7.

The amount of remorse he has is a little hard to calculate though. How much of it is about protecting Atreus versus actual regret?

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He does not want Atreus to become a monster like he was. He seems to have concluded to just not mess with gods.

That seems like a good conclusion since his worst mistake was making a deal with Ares and then probably Athena. With that in mind, there are probably not going to be deals with any Norse gods in the future.

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We are sticking to deals with plain mythical figures like Mimir and the dwarves. Kratos has seen all the corruption and bad things gods can do.

The environments are currently appealing to traverse and the blood moon is more convincing than it was in Squads of Olympus. Unfortunately, the cut instructions are a tad muddy, inconsistent with the enormous usual standards. Load times are not non-existent but you may find some key pauses and slowdown during combat, though not often enough to find your enjoyment of the game. Just when the only brown and grey look of the hosts was starting to get tired, the game programmers some luscious enthusiasm blue water and fiery red environments at you.

Even when he was a god, he would probably be the first to admit he was not a good one. This lesson that I hoped to pass on to [my son]: Some may see this as Kratos running away from his problems, but who can blame him?

From the previous games, we know that Kratos is capable of sea travel. Was starting over on his.

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