file. Click the button below to start this article in quick view. Having massacred the giants and having an obnoxious temper confirmed, it seems likely that Kratos and Thor will come face to face in a battle of the gods. God of War Ragnarok Sequel: Thor's Vengeance Will Likely Be His Downfall, God of War Artist Shares Early Kratos Concept, Leviathan Axe and Mjolnir made to oppose each other, God of War Mural Has Big Implications for Ragnarok Sequel, TikTok Star Pokeprincxss Sued By Nintendo, Red Dead Online Bridge Glitch Sends Players Flying, Yakuza: Like a Dragon: Where To Find All 10 Cats, Pre-Order Cyberpunk 2077 Cheap for Black Friday, Divinity Original Sin 2: How To Defeat The Aetera In Act 2, The Best Animal Crossing: New Horizons Holiday-Themed Islands to Visit Right Now, Destiny 2 Narrative Designer Settles Debate About Osiris and Saint-14, Super Mario Sunshine Mod Turns Every NPC Into A Chuckster, Genshin Impact: Albedo Elemental Skill Leaked, Why King's Field Deserves A Remake More Than Demon's Souls, Big Final Fantasy 14 Announcement Coming Early Next Year, Fortnite: How to Release Slurp into the Atmosphere, Comparing Red Dead Redemption 2 Screenshots to Real-World Locations, Farlight 84 is A New Battle Royale That Looks Like Fortnite Meets Mad Max, Outriders Dev Also Working on Two New AAA Games, Final Fantasy 15 Fans Are Celebrating Its 4th Anniversary, Minecraft Reaches 600 Million Active Players, Destiny 2: Xur Exotic Armor, Weapon, and Recommendations for November 27. For many, that's a big enough draw, but there's a good chance it doesn't end there. As seen in the true ending, it's likely that Thor comes for Kratos and Atreus at some point in the sequel, as the pair are responsible for Baldur and Magni's death. When Joshua Duckworth received Pokemon Yellow for Christmas at 5-years-old, his fate as a gamer was set. However, there appears to be a third side. After all, Thor is not a God of War; the Norse God of War is one of justice and is loved by many. Comparatively, Thor plays a similar role to Ares from the original games. With the Leviathan Axe and Mjolnir made to oppose each other, the two figures both reputable for their rage and tempers, and both genuinely loving their family, it seems clear that Kratos and Thor are two sides of the same coin. It would seem that Tyr sets the standard Kratos believes all gods should be held to, and in acting like Tyr, Kratos cannot give into his revenge. However, his most notable weapon is the hammer Mjölnir, which is powerful enough to l… Thor is described as a barrel-chested ugly man, carrying a menagerie of magical weapons, from a pair of magical gauntlets to a girdle of strength. When he's not writing, playing his own games, or thinking about writing or playing his games, he's probably the second player to his son's Pokemon Let's Go, Pikachu! However, his rage and his reliance on prophecies effectively set up his own downfall: he created Kratos, and in turn, Kratos replaced him as the God of War. The latter had big plans to take control of Olympus, using Kratos and the Marked Warrior prophecy to set himself up. The only thing it really confirmed was that "Ragnarok is coming," but that's enough. He and Kratos may fight, but it seems likely that Thor causes his own downfall. After month of purported rumors and leaks that it was happening, Santa Monica Studio finally revealed a God of War sequel was coming to PS5. He and Kratos may fight, but it seems likely that Thor causes his own downfall. Personality and goal-wise, the two gods are indeed opposite ends of the spectrum, but they are both defined by one important factor: their rage and their collective hate, even across Greek and Norse pantheons.