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God of War: Ragnarok Kratos Is More Muscular than 2018 Version


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Santa Monica Studios released God of War in 2018, but the upcoming sequel known as Ragnarok appears to have a much heavier Kratos. Putting Kratos from the original title next to the hero from God of War: Ragnarok shows just how much muscle Kratos has put on between games.

God of War: Ragnarok is still a long way from release, but several fans have noticed small details from the brief trailers of it that exist. Reddit user Gaoh_Mukaku took an image from a recent God of War: Ragnarok trailer that shows the protagonist from the waist up and put it next to a similar one of Kratos from God of War. Although he's wearing more armor in Ragnarok, it's clear to see how much more built Kratos' chest, arms, and shoulders are.

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Being the hero of God of War, it makes sense that Kratos continues to appear built, but God of War fans may be surprised by his transformation between the original title and Ragnarok. Kratos has been ripped since the series began, but his appearance in God of War: Ragnarok may show Kratos at his absolute pinnacle. Considering Thor is represented with a powerlifter stamp of approval in God of War: Ragnarok by actor Ryan Hurst, it makes sense why Kratos had to be more built than he was in God of War.

One thing that may keep Kratos pushing his physical performance is the loss of his wife Faye, who he spent much of God of War honoring. The battles from the original God of War may have increased his physical size as well, but this may have led to a more withered look if it was ongoing combat that made him so large. With Atreus being bigger in God of War: Ragnarok as well, Kratos may be trying to increase in size to prepare to protect him from even larger threats.

God of War was released in 2018, but the series dates back to 2005. There have been several God of War titles, but Kratos put the fight behind him in God of War to lead a family in Scandinavia. As a result, the Kratos from God of War may have been significantly smaller from the lack of fighting. Although he's back to training and fighting now, Kratos put that life behind him for many years.

Even with the changes to Kratos in God of War: Ragnarok, the hero doesn't look unrecognizable or cartoonishly large. The heavier set Kratos looks like a character that will instill fear in the hearts of his enemies even more than in the previous titles in the franchise. Several challenges in God of War were drastic feats of strength, and his new look suggests that Kratos may be capable of even crazier feats in Ragnarok.

God of War: Ragnarok releases for PS4 and PS5 in 2022.

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