God of War Ragnarök: Check out this Japanese trailer, you won’t regret it for sure
God of War Ragnarok just got a very curious US trailer in which LeBron James, Ben Stiller and John Travolta give each other parenting tips. Another trailer for the game from Japan is similarly unusual and funny. In it we see a kind of children’s song about God of War, performed by one person and two dancers. The whole thing unfolds its own charm.
God of War trailers trump each other for oddity
That’s what it’s about: God of War Ragnarök actually takes on a more serious tone and continues the story of the 2018 blockbuster. The new part will appear in less than a week and is currently experiencing the peak of its hype. Sony Santa Monica is stoking the fire with some final trailers just before release.
The latest trailers surprise: While the father-son story in God of War Ragnarök tends to be tough and there is a lot about war and violence as well as the impending end of the world, the two latest trailers rely on a sense of humor that stands in stark contrast to this. You can watch the new trailer from Japan here:
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This can be seen: A kind of nursery rhyme performance. It’s about a certain Kratos, who has a son, both of whom embark on an apparently very fun adventure. The two also have a bow and an ax in their luggage. If no gameplay scenes were visible in between, it would be difficult to tell that this is about God of War Ragnarök.
Of course, that brings back memories of him another highly curious God of War Ragnarök trailer, which Sony recently released. Apparently it’s aimed more at a US audience, but it doesn’t look any less unusual. At least we get to see actor Ben Stiller in a Kratos costume. The dialogues with John Travolta, his daughter, LeBron James and the two other young people also seem extremely strange to amusing:
God of War Ragnarök – Ben Stiller becomes Kratos in the new trailer
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It really won’t be long until the release of Ragnarök. The launch date is November 9th, so next week Wednesday. Anyone who has already pre-ordered the new God of War can already start the preload and start downloading it on PS4 and PS5.
Which trailer do you think is funnier?