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Getting behind an Ogre is a good opportunity for Father to do some damage. OGRE Giant, powerful, angry, but thankfully not very smart. Their huge arms give their attacks good range, and they can hit the ground so hard it creates powerful shock waves.
This Ogre has a very quick tell before he attacks. Father can use that to get out of the way. Father is strong enough to block one of his attacks, but it takes some time for him to recover. Smarter to avoid it altogether. I bet we would be doing them a favour by putting them out of their misery. Smells real bad, too. The poison from these wolves makes attacking up close risky. I guess to them, we are food.
Wolves typically hunt in packs and will try to surround their prey. Father should try to keep them in front of him and let me help draw their attention. When these wolves howl, we should be ready for a strong attack. Or a Cat-Lizard… or something. Either way, the combination is pretty weird. They like to burrow underground to close the distance between them and their prey.
Launching and attacking Tatzelwurms as they dig into the ground will stop them from burrowing for a short time. The poison is deadly to the touch, so even if we dodge the attack, we still need to be careful not to step in it.
Their spit is highly poisonous, even on the ground.
Throwing the axe with will freeze them and keep them from burrowing underground. And stronger. And faster. Their fur is so dense, it makes them tough to put down. They remind me a little of those Berserkers that Father put down last summer… but wolves instead of bears. Really, really dangerous creatures.
When a Wulver crouches on all fours, they become very difficult to hit.
We need to be on our guard and not leave ourselves open to counter attack. The other Wulver gets a lot faster after it starts howling. This one seems to get a lot stronger.
We should be really, really careful after this one starts howling. They clearly have the same kind of ice powers we see from anything that comes from Hel. Their air slam attacks can leave us slowed.
Then we killed it. People rising from the dead? Father should do his best to avoid their frost blast attack. If these things do manage to freeze us, we should stay on the defensive until it passes. Hel-Walkers with shields can block just about anything. Father can use his Block Break skill to break their guard.
Father should throw his axe at their feet to get around their shields and trip them up. I wish we had a fire weapon. Mother used to tell me bedtime stories about the Revenants, but she never mentioned this kind. Maybe she thought it was too scary for me. Her icy fissure attacks damage and freeze Father. We can either interrupt, outrun, or dodge her ice-breath attack — it can freeze Father and leave him idle and vulnerable to attacks. Must be one of the Hel-Walkers. If we rush them, we can take them out of the equation early.
I should be able to help Father with these enemies.
Just like their projectiles disrupt his movements, my bow can disrupt theirs. Definitely a Hel-Walker. They can cast an ice wall as cover.
Father can throw the axe when they pop up behind cover, or throw it past them and recall it to hit them from behind. Their ice walls do more than just provide cover: if we get too close, they can detonate it.
We should try to deal with them from range. I guess even Travellers can become Hel-Walkers. The Undead Travellers are more aggressive than the regular ones. Ranged attacks are tricky, because he sprints right at us.
We can whittle down his armour if we stay close and dodge his strikes. So, a Hel-Viken?
This Hel-Walker is just as strong as its Seidr counterpart. Maybe even stronger. Father can dodge his mace depending on the type of swing.
These attacks will slow us down if they manage to hit. When Father throws his axe at Nightmares, it knocks them closer to the ground. Then he can use melee attacks to finish them off. Their weapons are useful; effective up close and at a distance. Dark Elves like to attack as a group. When Father lands a heavy hit or parries, it tends to break the swarm. If we can freeze or weaken the Dark Elves, it will prevent them from using air recoveries when launched. Their attacks are so strong they can blind and deafen us for a bit.
Could that be true? They should be easy to spot, thanks to the bright glow in their wings. I wonder how many Dark Elves there are in Alfheim? We should stop him before he slams it into the ground. They swing their heavy weapons so hard it creates a shock wave, making their attacks really tough to dodge. We should watch out for their charge attacks. They can cause temporary blindness. They are much easier to kill when grounded. Tripping them up seems to be a work pretty well.
We freed the Light of Alfheim from whatever the Dark Elves were doing to it, and they all returned to the temple. Everything is beautiful in Alfheim now that the Light shines free.
The Light Elves seem nice. He was doing who knows what inside the Light, while I had to take down an entire swarm of Dark Elves by myself. I think he feels guilty because he and some other Dwarves were experimenting with Ancients there, and they accidentally created Soul Eaters.
Anyway, his soul is still trapped in a ring. Brok wanted to melt him down he can be so mean sometimes! A famous blacksmith, apparently. He made the Leviathan Axe! He upgraded it for Father, too.
He was a little rude and grouchy, but I kind of like him anyway.
I hope we see him again! Maybe not all gods are bad? His name is Mimir, and he calls himself the Smartest Man Alive. Or he did, until Father chopped off his head. The witch of the woods who was actually the goddess Freya this whole time! Mimir says Jormungandr is the only Giant left in Midgard who knows the secret rune to Jetunheim.
One of the Sons of Ivaldi. He ruled over humans both in Veithurgard and Konimsgard. He was a good king at first, but then he started having dreams about his people dying. It's not limiting. We're finding so many amazing things we can do with this: the sense of scale, even when you go against something that would be considered medium-size in previous games, it feels fantastic. Subscribe to our YouTube channel So as you walk into a conversation or an event, it'll just be a smooth transition, with players maintaining control of the camera?
My worry is that we won't look at the right things Barlog: These are very much the concerns brought up by everybody.
As we go through, there are times when I'm okay with that. There are times when it's sort of the theatre-in-the-round concept. Pay attention to whatever you want in this moment because really, you're experiencing it. If you miss something, that's alright, there are other opportunities. There are other times when we will take control. The player won't always have control, although that was the aspiration at the beginning. We eventually got hit by the sobering reality that sometimes you just have to nudge the player and let them see what you want them to see, but it's always a nudge.
You always give them a little bit of a sense of freedom, so that it does feel like you're experiencing all of this in real-time. That's the beauty of games, it's all happening in real-time. You clearly want this game to be a very different experience to previous God of War titles.
Is it because you felt the genre was changing, or is this a personal desire to do something different with the games you're working on? Barlog: All of that. I think the industry, the gamers, the team, myself; we've all grown. We've evolved forward.
Looking at what we're playing now and comparing it to 10 years ago, it's very different. That's not to say 10 years ago that wasn't awesome, or not even awesome today, it's just as creatives, I don't think we want to keep rehashing the same concept. I think for me especially, it's like looking back at your high school or college years and going: okay, that's who I was then, that's interesting, but this is how I view the world slightly differently now.
I'm not a different person, I'm just seeing things through a slightly different lens. Why now? Why was it this God of War that had you wanting to make big changes? Barlog: I think about if I'd stayed and finished out God of War 3.
I wrote the script for that and did the initial layout and just decided I needed to move on. I had some opportunities with people and was like, I want to learn from them.
George Miller offered to teach me and I'm like, you know what? I'm not passing that up. I don't ever regret that decision and I think I have changed so fundamentally as a creative and I think that was the beginnings of being able to do something like this. I was able to come back and realise the audience wants something kind of different. We still have some people that are upset that it's not the exact same thing, but to them I just say: give us a chance.
If you liked God of War at all, I made the first two. I brought back a bunch of people that were in charge of that and this is the old band, man. We're just looking at it through a different lens. From watching the trailer, it seems like the team and yourself are having fun subverting parts of the God of War formula.
Everyone watching that trailer expected the World Serpent to be Kratos' enemy, for example. Has that been liberating? Barlog: It's awesome that we even have expectations to subvert, but yeah, I think surprise and delight are so important.