Spectacular God of War Ragnarok Montage Highlights The Game’s Best Fights
A stunning montage demonstrates the combat mechanics and various attack options available to Kratos within God of War Ragnarok.
A God of War Ragnarok player created an amazing montage that highlights the gameplay and combat mechanics of Kratos’ newest adventure. God of War Ragnarok is the most highly-rated new game of the past few years. Only Elden Ring was higher on Metacritic in 2022.
God of War Ragnarok was awarded several awards in December, along with its outstanding critic score. God of War Ragnarok was awarded The Game Awards in December for its story, music, and sound design. A fan makes a montage that highlights the combat mechanics of Ragnarok.
Reddit user Much118 shared a video showing Kratos defeating many enemies using combat tools. This video features Kratos using both the Leviathan Axe as well as Blades of Chaos. It highlights Kratos’ devastating arsenal of attack options to defeat his foes. Much118 has concentrated on the Runic Attacks in God of War Ragnarok, which is available for the Leviathan Axe as well as the Blades of Chaos. They have been mixed with the standard attack moves that can be unlocked for each weapon. A lot of the video is synchronized to the music. One fan claims that it’s the Brothers of Blood track from God of War 3.
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Spartan Rage is also used by Kratos throughout the video. This mechanic allows players to change the tide of the game in their favor. God of War Ragnarok has three types of Spartan Rage – Fury (Valor), and Wrath. Each one offers its benefits. Fury allows gamers to unleash different attacks against enemies. Each hit heals them for a small amount. More defensive valor allows players to regain a significant amount of HP after activating it. Wrath, on the other hand, charges enemies with the currently equipped weapon and does massive damage.
Much118’s editing skills are praised by many users. One user suggested that this video could be used as a trailer for God of War Ragnarok. Another player claims that the video isn’t visible to all Wrath-exclusive moves. A third joke about Kratos being so mad in the video. Much118’s montage is well-received by gamers, and they specifically praise the editing.
God Of War Ragnarok is now available for PS4 or PS5.