God of War Ragnarök, is finally available on PS5 and PS4! Join us as we bring you on an epic journey with Kratos and Atreus – both in the game as well as in real life. From fashion collabs to incredible works of art and exciting events, are you ready to take a leap and make your own destiny?
Show your love for the game with exclusive merch from New Era and #FR2! From New Era, complete your look with our stylish limited 9FORTY Caps designs featuring Kratos and Atreus.
With the widely popular Tokyo streetwear brand #FR2, we have a special God of War Ragnarök limited edition T-Shirt featuring an almighty battle visual and iconic quote from the game.
New Era 9FORTY Cap: Wolf & Bear
A sleek and subtle representation of Kratos and Atreus
New Era 9FORTY Cap: Kratos & Atreus
Up your streetstyle with this playful design of Kratos and Atreus
#FR2 limited edition T-Shirt
Heed the call of battle with this limited-edition T-Shirt featuring an iconic scene from God of War Ragnarök
From the realms of Midgard, we bring you a series of limited-edition God of War Ragnarök CASETiFY cases! An exclusive release that celebrates the iconic game beloved by generations. We have 4 stunning phone case designs and wallpapers created by prominent artists from South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Philippines.
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We’ve seen the evolution of Kratos and Atreus’s relationship as they continue their epic and emotional journey. To depict the close bond between father and son, six notable illustrators in Asia have drawn Kratos and Atreus experiencing the different sights, tastes, and culture of their own country. Check out their adventures as they explore South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia.
Kyu Young Lee is a Korean illustrator whose artworks are posted under "GYUNG_STUDIO" on Instagram. It’s his first time illustrating game characters in everyday life scenario as his work mainly express love stories between lovers in everyday life. However, he’s looking forward to the challenge and hopes that fans will enjoy his style and expression of Kratos and Atreus from God of War Ragnarök.
Kratos and Atreus enjoying a quiet moment stargazing on the roof of a Korean-style house (Hanok).
Working out together is so much more enjoyable when doing so along the iconic Han River, one of the longest rivers in the Korean Peninsula.
Kratos and Atreus using a brush to write “God of War Ragnarök” in the Korean Alphabet.
Cuson is a comic illustrator uncle who likes to travel. He calls himself ‘The Solitary Artist’ and likes to include cats and cute objects into his drawings. Cuson is happy to be part of the God of War Ragnarök project and he hopes his drawings expressed the love between father and son in their everyday life.
Kratos and Atreus lending a helping hand to cute duckies cross a busy road.
Even Kratos and Atreus can’t resist the allure of cute kittens.
Kratos and Atreus enjoying some soft serve from an ice cream truck.
Incrediville is a graphic illustration team from Taiwan who specializes in strange and unique trivia in their artwork. The team loves the God of War games (art, storyline, gameplay) and this allowed them to get really creative with their artwork and trivia regarding Kratos and Atreus. They’re looking forward to playing God of War Ragnarök and can’t wait to dive into the story!
Trivia on image: Did you know that a father’s emotional sadness is usually passed down to his son?
Researchers have found out that emotional trauma can be inherited through DNA and passed down to future generations. As a long-time God of War fan, I would like to remind you that Kratos is more than the invincible God of War who slaughtered the gods of Olympus, he is also the Ghost of Sparta who suffered from betrayal which led to the demise of his family. I find the stories and characterizations of the previous God of War titles very intriguing, and I cannot wait to see how Kratos deals with the parent-child relationship in Ragnarök and how he becomes the best dad in the Nine Realms. Afterall, it’s easier to go to war than raise a child.
Did you know that in ancient times, chickens were used for fighting and worship rather than for food?
According to archaeological records, chickens were raised not for eating, but as sacred birds used for sacrifices and fighting. As a modern-day wage slave, when I learned about this, I couldn't help but take pity on the chickens: If I was born in the right time, I could’ve been a Spartan God of War, throwing punches at Zeus and kicking Thor around. But living in the 21st century, I’m just a bald dude who works overtime every day.
Sa-ard first started drawing comics when he was 9 years old in his school notebook, before going on to pursue his passion to be a comic book artist in high school. Sa-ard's first debut manga "The Man Who Finds His Own Voice" won the silver award at the 5th International Manga Awards in Japan in 2012. Since then, Sa-ard has published 11 manga stories and graphic novels, winning multiple awards along the way. His artwork of Kratos and Atreus were inspired by his relationship with his own father, as they love to play basketball together when he was a young boy.
Kratos giving Atreus a boost for a basketball slam dunk!
There’s nothing like an invigorating hike up a mountain.
Looks like father and son are enjoying their time playing in the sand at the beach.
Gerard, professionally known as “Art of Maku” online, is a self-taught artist and has been drawing since he was young. In 2020, he decided to become a full-time freelance artist and online content creator as he saw potential to grow in this field. He has worked on book illustrations and music videos, and is currently a character designer in a gaming company and for a television series.
Hiking up Mt. Pulag, the highest mountain in Luzon, to see the dreamy ‘Sea of Clouds’ at the summit.
It’s a tight squeeze in the Jeepney (minibus-like public transport) for Kratos while Atreus fits in quite well and helps to pass the fare to the driver at the front.
Kratos and Atreus getting into the festive spirit with a delicious plate of Bibingka, a traditional delicacy usually enjoyed during Christmas season. A nine-day series of masses (Simbang Gabi) is taking place in the background.
For Iskandar, drawing is like creating his own universe where he invites people into his world of imagination and storytelling. He started FAKTAP in 2015, a comic strip that focuses on pop culture, social and political issues. In addition, he is currently working as a creative director in a film company.
Atreus having a good laugh at dad, who is feeling the heat after finishing a plate of spicy ‘Indomi’ noodles.
Teamwork makes the dream work! Kratos and Atreus working together to rescue a cat trapped in a tree in front of the famous Selamat Datang Monument.
Kratos and Atreus having fun with a Becak Lampu, a lighted pedicab used to drive passengers around in Indonesia.