Many players have appreciated the advancement of Kratos in each of the stories told in God of War. Each video game director has given him a unique and surprising approach, bringing cruelty to combat as well as the concern of a father not knowing how to guide his son’s steps, as well as guaranteeing his protection and that knowing how to defend yourself against an attack. However, these are not the only features of this proposal.
As you can guess, God of War holds a wide variety of secrets. Not just when it comes to gameplay or what Kratos is capable of, but with few references that, for years, we have been able to ignore. One of the points that you may not have seen is the fact that a reference to the first drop of the atomic bomb was cited, a historical fact dating back to July 16, 1945.
A reference in God of War 2 that some have seen but few have understood
We turn to the story of God of War 2, exactly at the moment after Perseus died, in the room of Atropos. Here’s a hidden post that many overlooked and others haven’t seen with how important this moment really was
This simple act causes Kratos to start absorbing a large number of red orbs from the tree, at which point a message appears in the sky. In this it is mentioned “Now I am becoming death. The Destroyer of Worlds“(Now I have become death. The Destroyer of Worlds). This is an original sentence by the Hindu writer Bhagavad Gita, although this sentence is known to have been quoted by Robert Oppenheimer in the first essay of atomic bomb, carried out in Los Alamos.
It’s a nod that few people have seen with sufficient certainty, although it has great significance. What is clear is that God of War had a lot more to show than expected, including the fact that this phrase was mentioned once again by Undertaker in God of War: Ghost of Sparta. A wink that undoubtedly had a great connection with our hero.