PS4 Exclusive God of War Gets Gorgeous High-Resolution Artwork Showing Atreus and Kratos in Action

Sony launched an interesting little old-school God of War text adventure featuring Kratos and his son Atreus, and it yields beautiful artwork.

on January 31, 2018 2:09 PM

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and SCE Santa Monica Studio released something rather intriguing related to the upcoming God of War for PS4.

By going to this URL and logging into Facebook you can access an old-school text adventure minigame in which you get to control Kratos’ son Atreus during one of his adventures (which was featured in a recent trailer).

Even more interesting is that by completing the adventure you can unlock up to eight pieces of high-resolution artwork featuring Atreus himself, Kratos, and enemies like the Draugr and a Revenant.

While it’s fairly simple, those who aren’t used to classic text adventures might need a bit of getting used to. I won’t tell you how to complete it so that you can enjoy it yourself.

On the other hand, if you just want to see the art, we managed to unlock it all, and you can enjoy it in the gallery at the bottom of the post. Give them time to load if you’re on a slow connection because they’re massive 7200 x 7200 images.

If you want to see more about God of War, you can enjoy the latest story traileranother recent trailera few images from a few weeks ago, a large bunch of info on the combat system, the latest gameplay presented at Paris Games Week, a trailer showing the Dead Giant Stone Mason (which apparently gives his name to this edition)another clip showcasing the enemy creatures named Revenant that we can also see herea similar video focusing on the Draugr, and one showing off the fire troll.

The game will release on April 20th exclusively for PS4.

 /  Executive News Editor
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