God of War Ragnarök Secrets and Easter Eggs
Hello there, God of War fans! From a very angry squirrel to the greatest Easter Egg book collection you will ever see, here are 25 secrets, Easter eggs, and amazing details you can find in God of War Ragnarok.
Let’s start with an amazing detail. During the fight with Thor at the start of the game, Kratos lands a sweet right to the God of Thunder’s jaw, dislodging a tooth. Thor then tosses it to the ground. Take a second after the fight to find it, and look – it’s still here! This attention to detail is amazing, and should you come back at any point in the game, it’s still here. Thor’s tooth must be worth a fortune!
During the boat rides and sled trips, listen long enough, and you’ll hear this conversation: “Glad that I’ve heard my share of stories about your Homeland, but I’d also heard that you once fought in a tournament. I fought in mini contests, but this particular one, I heard you did battle with beasts, scoundrels, princesses, the undead, automatons, and History’s Greatest musician.” At first, it seems like a nod to the time Kratos appeared in Mortal Kombat, but oh no – I’m totally wrong! This line is actually a nod to the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale game.
Did you ever play it? It’s kind of like Smash Bros., but with PlayStation renowned Brawlers. Listen to the line again: “I fought in mini contests, but this particular one, I heard you did battle with beasts, scoundrels, princesses, the undead, automatons, and History’s Greatest musician.” So, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale really happened in the life of Kratos. Wow, what a lore! I wonder if he really played golf too.
There are points in the story that tempt us to do things we shouldn’t – from eavesdropping to being the god of Mischief, for example. Ratatoska, the Idrisil tree squirrel, works with us from time to time, and to get his attention, he gives us a chime. If you’re evil enough, keep hitting that chime over and over and over again, and the mild-mannered squirrel will finally lose his cool and do this: “Stupid chime! Oh, oh dear, I’m sorry. I don’t know where that came from.” Loki has a few moments like this in Asgard when asked to leave a room by Heimdall and Odin. Stick around and make things uncomfortable for everyone.