God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer, which features a few well-known faces, is released as reviews for the film are being completed. A few God of War Ragnarok game trailers has already been released. The year’s most eagerly awaited game will be launched the following week. Both the gameplay and launch trailers provided sufficient information about the game. Sony now concentrates on many forms of advertising.

God of War Ragnarok story

God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer
God of War Ragnarok story

We have a solid notion of what to anticipate from the plot from the God of War Ragnarok reveal trailer. An older, more self-assured Atreus, whose enormous genes are beginning to show, serves as a reminder that time has gone since the conclusion of 2018’s God of War.

Together, father and son must face Ragnarok, the fabled Norse doom, while battling Freya from God of War, Thor, and other foes as Kratos struggles with his son’s rebellious nature and his understanding of who Atreus really is. You only saw six of the Nine Realms in God of War; Vanaheim, Svartalfheim, and Asgard will be added to the mix.

Intriguing new characters are also introduced in the teaser, such as Angrboda, who according to game developer Sony Santa Monica is “one of the last remaining giants.” The large man at the end? That would be Tyr, who is the son of Odin and the half-brother of Thor and Baldur. Tyr has been imprisoned by his own father, so he probably feels the need to make amends.

God of War Ragnarok’s PlayStation shop listing included a synopsis of the story. Most importantly, it emphasizes once more that Kratos and Atreus will travel to all nine realms. 

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Ben Stiller, LeBron James, and John Travolta Appear in the God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer

Ben Stiller, LeBron James, and John Travolta are shown channeling their inner Kratos in the God of War Ragnarok trailer in order to better connect with their kids. A few days before the review embargo is set to be removed and less than a week before players can freely explore God of War Ragnarok’s nine realms, the funny promotional trailer debuts.

The buzz around God of War Ragnarok is growing with each new video, screenshot, and piece of information that is made public. Santa Monica Studio has posted a screenshot of Niflheim, showcasing the eerie beauty found in this devastated planet.

Players won’t have to choose between style and functionality because a transmog system has been confirmed, allowing them to seem whichever they like while slaying hordes of draugr. Following the publication of a launch video last week that was composed of previously viewed clips, a live-action trailer with a recognizable cast has finally been made public.

God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer
Ben Stiller, LeBron James, and John Travolta Appear in the God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer

Ben Stiller thanks John Travolta for his participation in the debate at the beginning of the trailer, which then lingers on images of plush animals with Chopin’s Nocturne in E Flat Major playing in the background. Later, it is discovered that Stiller is actually dressed like Kratos, replete with body paint that mimics the recognizable markings of the Ghost of Sparta.

He characterizes the incident as what appears to be familial therapy, seen through the eyes of Kratos, and asserts that “the God of War dynamic plays out in every parent-child interaction.” As a result, each celebrity is accompanied by a member of their family. Stiller’s son, who is naturally upset by his father’s claim that he only felt close to him after taking up the Leviathan Axe, is among those there.

LeBron James then begins to open himself, saying how his son’s statement that he “would rather play against me than with me” struck him like an arrow to the heart, which Stiller refers to as a “Le-Breakthrough.” Then, when John Travolta feels left out and longs for his own “Le-Breakthrough,” Stiller asks him about the day he went to the farmer’s market while dressed as Kratos.

God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer
Ben Stiller, LeBron James, and John Travolta Appear in the God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer

Although his daughter disputes Travolta’s assertion that people were pointing at him and calling him a “very terrific dad,” he proudly insists that this was the case. Everyone who commented on the video agreed that it needed a follow-up with all three of them costumed as Kratos.

Be cautious when exploring the web if you’re looking forward to God of War Ragnarok on your own terms. The game’s developer, Santa Monica Studio, responded to the leaks that have already begun to emerge from the review window by stressing that it is their top priority to protect the God of War Ragnarok experience.

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God of War Ragnarok reveal trailer

At the 2021 PS5 unveiling, God of War Ragnarok made its premiere with a quick and enigmatic teaser trailer. We only see a Norse emblem and the announcement that “Ragnarok is coming” rather than any actual game footage. Kratos can be heard in the distance telling Atreus and the unprepared audience that they “must prepare” themselves. It turns out that we were already aware of the game’s name.

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God of War Ragnarok gameplay

God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer
God of War Ragnarok gameplay

Kratos using a variety of weapons against foes of all sizes was seen in the tale trailer giving us a preview of the action. In a number of settings throughout the Norse realms, Kratos is seen wielding his distinctive chaos swords on the battlefield, slamming into an opponent with a shield, and hacking away with an axe. It appears that we will have some unforgettable conflicts with various weapons to play with as a result of the advent of several distinct colossal-sized beasts and prominent characters like Thor.

Atreus can be seen joining the battle in a number of moments, exactly like he did in God of War, and Kratos can be seen launching across a platform while employing a grappling-style chain to strike adjacent adversaries with a powerful blow.

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God of War Ragnarok cast

God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer
God of War Ragnarok cast

With Sunny Suljic playing Atreus, the amazing Christopher Judge reprises his role as Kratos. Check out the rest of the cast below, which includes some well-known actors as well as some fresh faces whose roles in the Norse story are still unknown.

Notable additions include Ryan Hurst (Beta on The Walking Dead) as Thor and Richard Schiff (Toby Ziegler on The West Wing) as Odin.

  • Freya – Danielle Bisutti 
  • Thor – Ryan Hurst
  • Odin – Richard Schiff
  • Angrboda – Laya Hayes
  • Tyr – Ben Prendergast
  • Mimir – Alastair Duncan
  • Sindri – Adam Harrington
  • Brok – Robert Craighead 
  • Durlin – Usman Ally

God of War Ragnarok release date 

God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer
God of War Ragnarok release date

After an earlier delay that placed the game in the 2022 launch window, Sony Santa Monica Studios has announced that God of War Ragnarok will ultimately be released on November 9, 2022. In a brief “Father and Son” cinematic clip that showed Kratos and Atreus confronting a massive wolf, the knowledge was unintentionally divulged.

God of War Ragnarok game director

God of War’s game director, Cory Barlog, rose to fame online; however, Eric Williams will take over for the following game. He began working on the God of War series in 2004 and recently discussed what his new position means for the franchise in an interview with GamesRadar+.

God of War Ragnarok accessibility features 

God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer
God of War Ragnarok accessibility features

God of War Ragnarok’s accessibility features were emphasized by Sony Santa Monica Studio in a blog post from May 2022 on the official PlayStation website.

They have not only improved the usability and flexibility of their user interface (UI), but they have also included greater customization to their combat and interaction systems and rebuilt controller remapping from the ground up. All of the accessibility features from the 2018 version of God of War have been kept, plus they have added more than 60 methods to modify gameplay to best suit your preferences and requirements.

Some of the features expand upon those that were first presented in the PC version of God of War. There is also information provided about a number of additional accessibility features, such as enhanced caption and subtitles, adjustable text and icon sizes, a high contrast mode, and controller remapping.

Is God of War Ragnarok a PS5 exclusive?

God of War Ragnarok is a PlayStation exclusive, not a PS5 exclusive. Hermen Hulst, the head of PlayStation Studios, announced that the upcoming God of War game will be a cross-gen release in an interview with the PlayStation Blog.


Above is detailed information about the God of War Ragnarok Live Action Trailer and every thìng we know so far. The game and how eagerly awaited it is being discussed in a live-action trailer. Ben Stiller is depicted as a huge Kratos admirer who even dresses the part. The guy is hilarious in that character, and this is probably the most recent trailer we will see before the game is released.

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