God of War Ragnarok is only 3 days away from Its official release, and fans’ excitement is at its peak after learning some exciting things the game offers coupled with leaked gameplay and screenshots on which developers are not happy.
First, it is officially confirmed that God of War Ragnarok will feature six graphics modes on PlayStation 5. On top of that, it will provide you with 70+ accessibility options that will help you mold the game according to your play style and preferences.
Another exciting thing about the game is revealed today, thanks to Twitter User @PlayStationSize, a reliable source for sharing PlayStation-related news and insights; they also confirmed the final size of God of War Ragnarok on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
So, according to @PlayStationSize, God of War Ragnarok will feature 36 trophies; 16 bronze, 15 silver, 4 gold, and 1 Platinum, which is usually awarded to you on 100% game completion.
Further, they added that the mentioned trophies would not be associated with the difficulty of the game you are playing.
🚨 God of War Ragnarök has a total of 36 Trophies
⬜ There are no difficulty-related trophies
⬛ Are you going for the Platinum?
— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) November 5, 2022
If we go by the trophy count of God of War 2018, there were a total of 36 trophies; 22 bronze, 9 silver, 5 gold, and 1 platinum; all were obtainable throughout the game without performing any extra tasks or playing on a higher difficulty.
However, there were 14 additional secret trophies in God of War 2018; devs usually don’t share details about them as they are an integral part of the story and, if revealed early, could spoil the experience for the fans.
We expect the same approach here with God of Ragnarok, and all 36 trophies will be obtainable throughout the game without any extra hassle. PlayStation trophies are an excellent way to represent your game experience and are the same as achievements on Xbox consoles.
These little incentives by devs add another layer of accomplishment and excitement to fans’ experience and are always fun to collect. Well, God Of Ragnarok is just there, and fans’ excitement is at an all-time high, primarily due to the recent excellent reviews the game got and making its way to the second-highest-rated game of 2022 on Metacritic.
It is expected to build upon its predecessor and is a good GOTY contender. God of War Ragnarok will be released on 9th November 2022 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. What are your thoughts about the number of trophies in the game? Let us know in the comment section below.
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