A God of War fanatic builds his own version of Kojima Productions’ epic adventure using LEGO blocks.
As gamers wait for news of whether they’ll be able to play God Of War: Ragnarok on their PCS, one YouTube user has created an entirely new video by recreating the entire video using LEGO bricks.
Last year, Sony launched a PC version of the latest God of War game for Windows 10 PCs.
It’s not clear when or if God of War: Ragnarok will be available for sale on Steam.
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God of War: Ragnarok LEGO
A YouTube user called ThrillDaWill has made a PC version of God of War: Ragnarok using LEGO bricks.
ThrillDaWil’s recent YouTube videos show viewers how the LEGO game was made from scratch, including his own personal experience creating the game.
He shows off some amazing gameplay, especially when using God of War’s powerful Leviathan Axe, which is really cool, simple to create, and easy to understand.
Despite the limitations of its simplistic design, the icy realm of Asgard still conveys a sense of wonder as ThrillDaWills uses different colors of LEGO blocks to construct the God of War’s iconic ice, snow, and rock formation.
LEGO God Of War Ragnarök Lightens Up The Game’s Emotional Story
While smashing away at LEGO® Raiders’ enemies with Kratos looks extremely fun, ThrillDaWillsays the most important features of the video games are pressing F to yell out “Boy!” and pressing B to shout out “Girl!”
During the game, you can press the F button whenever you want to listen to Kratos’ famous lines. The LEGO God Of Wars: Ragnarok game is available on ThrillDaWill’s itch.io site.
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Fans of Bethesda’s “Fallout” games will be happy to know that ThrillDaWill created another playable version of their post-apocalyptic world
It seems that the LEGO aesthetic can actually be fun in its own way.
Seeing Kratos and Atreyu go through a blocky world might be a fun diversion for fans of the God of War series.
LEGO has proven itself to be a good fit for most IPs, no matter their tone or genre.
Thanks to talented developers such as ThrillDaWIll, God of War: Ragnorak can be made into family-friendly games.
Hopefully, PC gamers don’t have to wait too much longer for the next God of Wars game to come out. But at least with LEGO God of War: Ragnarok, they can play something else until then.
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