This week, there were a few discoveries in God of War, followed by uncertainties over the said discoveries. Sony Santa Monica studio has now confirmed that the last secret Easter egg has been discovered. Inside Kratos’ house, there was a discovery of a set of runes. Many fans believed that they could be tied to the final secret game that director Cory Barlog and pther members of the team were talking about. These Runes, when spelled in the right order, created the word “Loki” or Atreus, the name given to him by his, i.e. son of Kratos.
The Santa Monica Studio Twitter account confirmed the finding as the “final secret.”
Fans on the r/GodofWarSecrets subreddit made the discovery, but many fans believed that the Easter egg would have been more difficult to find or figure out due to the discussion surrounding the final secret. Due to this discovery, fans continue to figure out other unexplained parts of God of War‘s world. But the hunt for this Easter egg has ended. One of the r/GodofWarSecrets modulators, mollyblue87, addressed this sentiment, and acknowledged an appreciation to Cory Barlog, Sony Santa Monica Studio Senior Concept Artist Joe Kennedy for what the Easter egg did for the community.
“I hope you see this and know that even if some our members are temporarily disappointed, we are all wonderfully grateful that you created an art-form that brought us all together. You united a community that hadn’t yet met, inspired learning and teaching far beyond the scope of most video games, and instilled passion and excitement in our members for months after the game was complete. For that, we are forever in your debt,” mollyblue87 wrote.
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