Game News God of War: before Ragnarok, a sublime recreation of the first game under Unreal Engine 5 is breathtaking
In a few days, only three months will separate us from the release of God of War: Ragnarök. While waiting to fully savor the thrilling new adventure of Kratos and Atreus, the YouTube channel TeaserPlay still offers us sublime images of the license through the recreation of a trailer for the very first PlayStation 2 game under the fabulous Unreal Engine 5.
- A taste of what the God of War remake could be
- The old look of Kratos more spectacular than ever
A taste of what the God of War remake could be
It’s undeniable, God of War: Ragnarok is one of the most anticipated games of the end of the year and we can’t wait to discover this sequel: even with the competitionwe tremble with impatience. However, we do not yet know if we will hear from him in the coming weeks but, casually, the news does not wait for him to talk about the emblematic license of Santa Monica. Since the beginning of the week, we have been able to learn a fun anecdote about the Kratos actor and discover a more than disturbing video game experience of a God of War clone on Xbox consoles.
Today, the YouTube channel TeaserPlay has once again struck by relaying a concept trailer of the first God of War game, released on PlayStation 2 in 2005, produced using the famous Unreal Engine 5. including many game developments computer, PS5 and Xbox series X|S will benefit in the future. While, last week, Rockstar Games’ most flagship franchises, namely Grand Theft Auto and bullywere in the spotlight, it’s the turn of the famous Spartan warrior to shine with a thousand lights.
The old look of Kratos more spectacular than ever
Within two minutes, this God of War concept trailer takes us totally back to the sets of the original trilogyat a time when Kratos was much less bearded and was after the gods of Olympus. In addition to the care given to the environments, it is a Spartan warrior more impressive than ever who faces us, demonstrating, in passing, the possibilities offered by the Epic Games engine in terms of ray-tracing, lighting, virtualized geometry (Nanite technology) and facial animations thanks to the “Metahuman” tool.
However, this recreation of God of the war would not God of the war without a quick glance at at least one of the residents of Olympus, but this trailer didn’t forget to illustrate the conflict between Kratos and his father, Zeus, by depicting a very realistic version of the god of gods. In short, we believe it and all this makes us really want to go through the first adventures of Sony’s iconic warrior with next-gen sauce. More than ever, in view of these images, the release of God of War Ragnarökscheduled for November 9, 2022, is desired!