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Kratos und Atreus brechen zu einer mythischen Reise auf, um Antworten und Verbündete zu finden, bevor Ragnarök hereinbricht.

Santa Monica Studio präsentiert die Fortsetzung des von den Kritikern gefeierten God of War (2018). Kratos und Atreus müssen jede der neun Welten bereisen, um Antworten zu finden, während sie sich auf die prophezeite Schlacht vorbereiten, die das Ende der Welt einläuten soll.

Gemeinsam müssen Kratos und Atreus tief in die neun Welten vordringen, um Antworten zu finden, während sich die Streitkräfte Asgards auf den Krieg vorbereiten. Auf ihrem Weg erkunden sie atemberaubende mythische Landschaften, versammeln Verbündete aus allen Welten und stellen sich furchterregenden Gegnern wie nordischen Göttern und Monstern.

Während die Bedrohung durch Ragnarök immer näher rückt, müssen sich Kratos und Atreus zwischen der Sicherheit ihrer Familie und der Sicherheit der Welten entscheiden . ..

  • Die das Schicksal brechen

Atreus ist auf der Suche nach Wissen, das ihm helfen soll, die Bedeutung von «Lokis» Prophezeiung und seine Rolle in Ragnarök zu verstehen. Kratos muss sich entscheiden, ob er sich weiterhin von der Angst, seine Fehler zu wiederholen, gefangen halten lassen will, oder ob er sich daraus befreit, um für Atreus der Vater zu sein, den er braucht.

  • Kriegswaffen

Die Leviathanaxt, die Chaosklingen und der Wächterschild kehren zurück und reihen sich in ein ganzes Arsenal neuer Fähigkeiten ein, die Kratos und Atreus zur Verfügung stehen. Kämpfe gegen Götter und Monster aus allen neun Welten stellen Kratos’ gnadenlose Spartaner-Fähigkeiten auf eine nie dagewesene Probe, während er versucht, seine Familie zu beschützen.

  • Erkunde die Welten

Reise durch gefährliche und atemberaubende Landschaften und stell dich den verschiedensten feindlichen Kreaturen, Monstern und nordischen Göttern, während Kratos und Atreus nach Antworten und Verbündeten suchen.



Der heiß ersehnte Nachfolger Raganrök der berühmten Spielereihe God of War ist endlich für die neuesten Konsolen verfügbar! Wer von euch hat nicht die Wochen und Tage bis zu seinem Erscheinungsdatum gezählt und intensiv mitgefiebert? Nun ist es endlich soweit und du kannst dich voller Genuss in das neue Abenteuer stürzen! Was genau erwartet dich?
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God of War — ein großer Klassiker


Der große Klassiker präsentiert von Santa Monica Studios geht weiter: Kratos und Atreus müssen jede der neun Welten bereisen, um Antworten zu finden und sich auf die prophezeite Schlacht vorzubereiten, die das Ende der Welt einläuten soll. Ihre Mission ist es, auf einer mythischen Reise neue Verbündete zu finden, bevor Ragnarök hereinbricht.

Erkunde gigantische Spielwelten


Tauche voll und ganz in den Zauber der nordischen Sagenwelt ein: bereise atemberaubende mythische Landschaften, stelle dich furchterregenden Gegnern wie nordischen Göttern und Monstern und versammle neue Verbündete um dich. Die drohende Gefahr rückt stetig näher und sorgt für ordentliche Spannung — du willst den Controller am liebsten gar nicht mehr zur Seite legen. Folgenreiche Entscheidungen zwischen der Sicherheit der eigenen Familie und dem Wohl der gesamten Gesellschaft werden dich in ernsthafte Schwierigkeiten bringen.

Spannende Missionen und fantastische Kriegswaffen


Dir stehen neue Kriegswaffen wie die Leviathanaxt, die Chaosklingen und der Wächterschild zur Verfügung, die dir dabei helfen sollen, sich den Gegnern zur Wehr zu setzten, deine Verbündeten zu verteidigen und deine Familien zu beschützen. Dein Ziel ist es, Atreus zu helfen, die Bedeutung von «Lokis» Prophezeiung und seine Rolle in Ragnarök zu verstehen, um die drohende Riesenschlacht erfolgreich gewinnen zu können. Worauf wartest du noch? Nimm all deinen Mut zusammen und stelle dich den spannenden Abenteuern.

Spielkompatibilität und Features


Die neueste Folge des Klassikers God of War Ragnarök ist sowohl für die PlayStation 5 als auch für die PlayStation 4 verfügbar. Hier ein Überblick über alle wissenswerten Details:
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God of War Ragnarök’s Combat Lets You ‘Play With Your Food’

Lead combat designers Mihir Sheth and Denny Yeh have over 17 years of God of War experience shared between them, and both played prominent roles in the previous game’s success. The series’ current direction is inspired by an old studio motto: Playing with your food.

“That’s an internal philosophy that we’ve had since back in the day,” Sheth says. “Kratos plays with his food. We tried to create systems you want to engage with that are fun, very playful, lots of different routes. And when we looked at the combat in the last game, we were like, ‘We can push this further; we can find new toys and ways of playing with enemies and strategies.’ That’s been the guiding principle more than anything else.”

Sheth and Yeh constantly emphasized the importance of enemy variety, so expect a bunch of fresh, grotesque faces to smash.

For seven minutes, I follow Kratos and Atreus across an enclosed arena chockful of explosive pots, advantageous high ground, wooden platforms, and bipedal lizards called Grims. The pair move in unison. Kratos pins a beast against the rock wall and then comes down on its skull with Olympian strength. Atreus fills stagger bars while locking enemies in place with sonic arrows. When a “Cursed” Grim tries to catch the bulky father off-guard, firing toxic bile from its swollen gullet, Kratos sidesteps the phlegm and masterfully deflects a second flurry with his arm shield. He throws his axe at a pot tucked between boxes, and the corner instantly erupts into flames, sending scaly appendages everywhere. Atreus demonstrates he’s as much a powerhouse as his father, swinging at unsuspecting Grims with his bow while always repositioning to shoot. The two notice a few stragglers perched above, and in one fluid motion, the god-slayer latches onto the ridge with his Blades of Chaos, climbs the structure, stomps on a healthstone for extra flair, and launches the remaining creatures into the sky.

This adrenaline rush is tied to the versatility of Kratos’ kit. The battle axe and chain blades increase maneuverability and power, but a misleadingly small-scale change to the Triangle button makes all the difference. “In the last game, if you pressed Triangle, you recalled the axe,” Sheth says. “But if you already had the axe, nothing happened. If you had the Blades of Chaos and you pressed Triangle, you just went back to the axe. We looked at that concept and wondered, ‘What if you could do something a little bit different with that button – a whole new suite of moves.’”

Triangle attacks are officially called Weapon Signature Moves. Depending on whether you have the Leviathan Axe or Blades of Chaos readied, Kratos can infuse the sharpened steel with ice or fire. These elemental moves, called “Frost Awaken” and “Whiplash,” do extra damage by freezing or incinerating aggressors.

The shield is revamped, too. Yeh walked me through the pros and cons of the new Dauntless and Stonewall Shields, occasionally reminding me that the team wanted players to tailor their gameplay to immediate needs. The Dauntless Shield is all about twitch reactions. By parrying at the last possible moment, Kratos’ shield glows a menacing red, signaling the player can unleash a devastating smash that tosses and stuns enemies. Dissimilarly, the Stonewall Shield is for tank-lovers that prefer slower-paced bouts. Kratos can’t parry when equipped with the Stonewall, so keeping it raised is crucial to surviving barrages. The more hits the Stonewall Shield takes, the more kinetic energy it absorbs. And once it’s fully charged, players can bang the shield into the ground emitting a screen-wide pulse, knocking anything foolish enough to approach off its feet.

 

But all that protection comes at a cost. The Stonewall Shield becomes increasingly unstable as it takes damage, opening Kratos up to otherwise ineffective block-breaking blitzes. Yeh says Kratos will have access to other powerful shields but warned players not to bite off more than they could chew: “Maybe don’t play with all your food, because there will be food that can eat you pretty easily.”

Both designers confirm enemy aggression and lethality would be heightened on harder difficulties, but players still need to keep their wits about them regardless of selected settings. Old locations are periodically repopulated with more powerful fauna, and optional territories could be tough without a stronger crew. Yeh mentions that fans of realm tears will get a comparable sense of gratification from besting some of Ragnarök’s formidable side content. There’s no word on whether Kratos will obtain other primary weapons, but last year’s trailer unveiled an elk runic summon for Atreus to ride, so, hopefully, we’ll see other new abilities soon.


This article originally appeared in Issue 349 of Game Informer.

Top 10 Spectator Cards, Ranking — Game Advisor

The Spectator is one of Slay The Spire the toughest classes, using an extensive deck of cards to balance three powerful abilities. Unlike other classes, the Spectator requires a deep understanding of Wrath and Serenity to use effectively. The Observer is great for patient players who like to deal quick damage before returning to a more defensive position. However, beginners and masters alike should consider using the strongest cards the Spectator has to offer to get the most out of this playstyle by buffing their deck with powerful abilities like Scry and Retain.

10/10 Windmill Strike

Windmill Strike is a strong win condition in Slay The Spire . It costs two energy and does relatively little damage, but its true power comes from its Retain effect: at the end of each turn, it stays in your hand and its damage increases, meaning it can deal up to 30 damage in just a few turns. to destroy stronger enemies. This card works great in decks with a lot of blocks. After casting Windmill Smash, you must endure enough rounds to accumulate damage before using Wrath to kill weak enemies in one hit. Windmill Kick also retains its increased damage throughout the fight, allowing you to deal that massive damage one more time in just a few turns. Combine this card with Bottlefire Relic to always play it on your first turn.

9/10 Talk to Hand

A powerful card that allows the Observer to play offensively while maintaining defense. This card is great for Wrath decks where both damage and block are needed to keep you alive. Additionally, multi-hit attacks like Tantrum and Ragnarok also cause it to proc multiple times, making it a great option for Wrath decks. This card is best against elites, bosses, and other enemies with a lot of health, as its effect persists throughout the fight (or until it is removed). This allows players to build up a block by constantly dealing damage. This card is also great for Bottlefire, allowing you to activate it at the start of every fight to get maximum uptime.

8/10 Foresight

Foresight is a powerful effect that allows players to look at the top cards of the deck and move unwanted cards to the bottom, ensuring that only the best cards are played. Foresight gives scry 3 (4 improved) at the start of each turn, making your play potential exceptionally consistent, especially for smaller decks. Since farsight is activated very often, it also pairs well with cards like Nirvana and Weave, which give special effects when using farsight (getting a block and returning a free attack to the hand, respectively). Because Foresight only allows players to play the most essential cards, it’s almost a must for Alpha decks to get the Omega effect.

7/10 Omniscience

An expensive card, Omniscience is both very difficult to play and very powerful. It allows the player to choose any card from their pile and play it twice. With the right cards, this can be very powerful. Worship, which yields 5 mantras, allows the Observer to immediately move into a powerful position of Divinity. Huge damage Ragnarok deals twice as much damage for free. Finally, if you play another Omniscience along with this card, the effects of this card can be doubled, allowing you to play two more cards twice with huge returns. This card is very expensive, even after upgrading, so having an energy relic is very useful for using it.

6/10 Establish

Establish reduces the cost of your cards when they are saved. Since many of the strongest Spectator cards have the ability to save and are very expensive, Establish can pay for itself in just a few turns in decks built around these cards. Establishment is strong on its own, but upgrading it gives it Innate. This allows you to play it at the start of every fight, ensuring it will last for the vast majority of the turns you play in a single turn. In addition, this card pairs well with Battle Hymn, which generates a Smite card every turn, quickly creating a huge amount of free and powerful attacks. If you add Master Reality or Molten Egg to a deck with Establishment and Battle Hymn, each Smite after being created is empowered and deals even more damage.

5/10 Ragnarok

Ragnarok is a decisive victory condition that must be built with skill. Because it costs a whopping 3 energy, players should approach a Ragnarok deck with the understanding that they can only use it at the end of the turn, when they have energy relics and inexpensive enough cards to keep them alive while Ragnarok rips apart their enemies. The strength of Ragnarok lies in its multi-hit ability: each hit is increased by your Power stacks, so even a few Power points can almost double your damage. However, his biggest weakness is random targeting, which can target the wrong opponent in a multi-enemy fight. Combine Ragnarok with cards like Wreath of Flame and Trip for burst damage, and Hand Talk for multiple blocks.

4/10 Tantrum

Tantrum is an inexpensive Wrath activation card that also deals solid multi-hit damage. In addition, it is returned to the draw pile instead of being discarded, which means that it can return much faster than other cards. Tantrum is not only a direct improvement on Crescendo, the Wrath card that Watcher starts with, but also arguably the strongest Wrath card Watcher can get. It deals the same or more damage for less energy than Eruption, has a more desirable effect than Outrage, and can be played with much more consistency than Crescendo despite Crescendo’s ability to hold. This card, combined with Inner Peace and Rushdown, can create an endless loop, constantly switching from Serenity to Anger. Violet Lotus reinforces this endless loop, but is by no means necessary.

3/10 Spirit Shield

Spirit Shield is quite expensive, but provides a large number of blocks. Giving 3 blocks (4 enhanced) per card in hand, Spirit Shield works particularly well in hold decks and decks with high draw power that are most likely to have a large number of cards in hand at any given time. Stance dancer decks also like to have a couple of Spirit Shield cards, as they often stack multiple Flurry cards for free damage when changing stance. This means that one stance change can give you a few more cards to block with Spirit Shield and then deal even more damage. Using a Runic Pyramid relic to prevent hand discard at the end of a turn allows you to secure a full hand for maximum block each turn.

2/10 Lesson Learned

Lesson Learned deals decent damage, especially when upgraded, and has a fatal effect: every time it kills a non-minion enemy, it upgrades a random card. If found early in the game or as a starter bonus, this card can eliminate the need for blacksmithing, making the Hammer of Melting relic much more attractive. This card gets better with more lane fights, so decks built around it need some protection. The main card for this purpose is Swivel, which grants 8 blocks and causes the next attack played to cost 0 energy. Combined with Lesson Learned, this is equivalent to 8 blocks, which is great for multi-enemy fights. It can be tricky to line him up, but using the Pen Nib relic allows you to double Lesson Learned’s damage and increase the frequency of fatal activations.

1/10 Blasphemy

Blasphemy is the strongest card in the Watcher’s arsenal and possibly one of the strongest cards in the game. It instantly transforms you into Divinity regardless of Mantra, increasing your damage by 3x per turn. It might end the battle. Blasphemy has one major drawback that beginners should beware of: you die at the start of your next turn. To do this, he applies the Blasphemer buff, which things like Artifact or Orange Pellets cannot remove. However, Blasphemer can be bypassed: it does not kill you, but deals massive damage (10,001 to be exact). As such, Intangibility, Buffer, Lizard Tail, and Fairy Bottle can prevent death, allowing you to ignore the Blasphemer and gain the massive benefits of Blasphemy. Before activating Blasphemy, cast Tranquility for a massive 5 energy boost, and use Grind to play as many divine damage cards as possible. Slay the Spire is available on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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1 2. 156 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00
2 2.915 x1.00 x1.00 x1.88 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
3 4.361 x1.00 x1. 00 x2.80 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
4 4.361 x1.00 x1.00 x2.80 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
1 3.540 x1. 55 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00
2 4.800 x1.55 x1.00 x1.88 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
3 7.140 x1.55 x1.00 x2.80 x1. 00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
4 7.140 x1.55 x1.00 x2.80 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
1 2.464 x1.00 x1.00 x1. 00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00
2 3.332 x1.00 x1.00 x1.88 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
3 4.984 x1.00 x1.00 x2.80 x1.00 x1.70 x2. 30 x2.80 x1.00
4 4.984 x1.00 x1.00 x2.80 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
1 4.907 x2.05 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00 x1. 00 x1.00 x1.00 x1.00
2 6.630 x2.05 x1.00 x1.88 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
3 9.912 x2.05 x1.00 x2.80 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1. 00
4 9.912 x2.05 x1.00 x2.80 x1.00 x1.70 x2.30 x2.80 x1.00
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