The actor Ryan Hurst, who plays Thor in God of War: Ragnarok, has revealed news about his character, what the game world will be like, and his importance in the story. The actor has generally described the game as “Too complex“.
Thor will surely put Kratos on the ropes in God of War Ragnarok
It has been for a interview at Comic Con Revolution that Hurst has spoken about the long-awaited God of War Ragnarok. For obvious reasons, the first thing he has mentioned has been his character, Thor. Hurst has said that he has already finished recording”the last work for God of War
Next, he mentions that Ragnarok will be a video game “Too complex” and a “rich tapestry“of content for the franchise. He bases these statements on his experience during motion captures, since the work it didn’t look like anything what you have done so far.
The actor highlights the cutting-edge technology that Sony has made available to Santa Monica. As he made the captures, there were many monitors around him that showed the actions he performed as Thor in real time, mimicking each movement almost at the same time as he did it.
Last but not least, the actor has revealed that Thor measures “seven feet tall“, 2 meters and 13 centimeters approximately. Now we know that he will be a little taller than Kratos, quite the opposite of what the first official image of him pointed out.
We remind you that when it was announced, the character was heavily criticized for his appearance by many people who expected something similar to what Marvel delivered… although the controversy ended as quickly as it started when most fans responded to criticism with praise for the character. character design. Now we know that it will be even more imposing.
The world and history of God of War Ragnarok
Don’t go, we’re not done! Ryan Hurst has also commented on some details about the game. He goes on to comment that the game world will be very rich
In iGamesNews we have a guide in which we tell you that God of War (2018) has 6 of the 9 kingdoms that the Yggdrasil Tree connects in Norse mythology: Midgard, Alfheim, Helheim, Jötunheim, Muspelheim and Niflheim. Missing are Svartalfaheim, Vanaheim, and Asgard, which are likely to appear in Ragnarok.
God of War Ragnarok will be the sequel to God of War (2018) and is scheduled to launch in 2022Unless there is a delay. Summer Game Fest is literally right around the corner, so there’s a good chance we’ll see news about the game very soon. Meanwhile, we have confirmation of the God of War series from Amazon.