PS5 God of War Ragnarok Walkthrough Gameplay Part 10 includes a Full Gameplay Review and Campaign Mission 10 of God of War Ragnarok 2022 Single Player Story Campaign for PlayStation 5, PS5 (PC at a later date). This God of War Ragnarok Story Campaign Walkthrough will include the Full Game on PS5 in Performance Mode. God of War Ragnarok Game Walkthrough Part 1 will include a Review, PS5 Gameplay, , Atreus, Thor, Odin, Fenrir, Mimir, Brok, Sindri, Freya, Markers, Rune Reads, Scrolls, Artifacts, Poems, Favors (Side Missions), The Path (Main Missions), Cinematics, Cut Scenes, OST, Story Missions and all Single Player Campaign Missions and the Ending. Thanks PlayStation for giving me God of War Ragnarok on PlayStation 5.

God of War Ragnarök is an action-adventure video game developed by Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It released worldwide on November 9, 2022, for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, marking the first cross-gen release in the series. It will be the ninth installment in the God of War series, the ninth chronologically, and the sequel 2018's God of War.

Ragnarök is set in the world of Norse mythology but expands upon the previous game's narrative, with an even greater focus on exploration and open-world gameplay. While God of War (2018) allowed the player to access six of the nine realms of Norse mythology, Ragnarök's expanded focus sees the player exploring each of the nine realms, including the new additions of Svartalfheim, the industrial abode of the Dwarves; Vanaheim, the lush home of the Vanir gods; and Asgard, the golden land of the Æsir gods. Midgard, the primary realm of the 2018 installment, is heavily featured but is now a frigid wasteland, dramatically changed by Fimbulwinter, a three-year long winter that began upon the conclusion of the previous game. The Lake of the Nine, previously navigable by means of a boat in the previous game, is now frozen over. Svartalfheim is explorable to the same degree as Midgard was in the previous game. Alfheim, Helheim, and Niflheim all return, with an expanded focus and character exploration.

Taking place three years following the events of the previous game, Fimbulwinter, a great winter that spans three summers, is to a close which will begin the prophesied Ragnarök. Kratos and his teenage son Atreus begin to traverse the nine realms to seek out a means to prevent Ragnarök while attempting to uncover answers behind Atreus' identity as Loki. Their journey will lead them to Týr, the Norse God of War. Their conflict will lie with Thor, the Norse God of Thunder.


  1. Thanks for joining me each video so far. I am getting a lot of videos ready currently and your support means a lot

  2. Brad it is 9:19 am post the next part already

  3. Beautiful game one of the best game that i play

  4. I personally enjoy him doing side quest throughout the series gives u that full experience as if you were actually playing the game just had to say it cuz he was kinda apologizing for it like nah g it’s cool cuz after this I’ll never get to play it my self

  5. Same Concept from last game – Giant in the water

  6. Might Buy This Game After A Month Or Two For A Discounted Price

  7. you missed a chest @12:53

  8. Name your son Kratos

  9. I like how Kratos references the Boat Captain from the first two god of war games. He remembers the faces of everyone he’s killed regardless of who they were.

  10. i want it spammmmm XD exited on the next epss !

  11. Everyone says GOTY. Does anyone remember Elden Ring??
    Also Brad, please don’t name your son Artreus.

  12. Go go go

  13. Take your time Brad we want to see all content

  14. We love the side content (more then the main story)

  15. keep doing side quest love the lore form it and the stories

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    *RAGNAROK* gets me everytime!

  17. I just finished chapter 6 but got off to watch some yt before bed. I missed it and saw you uploaded videos so now i”m super happy lol. You’re right it’s such a high quality game. The Assassins’ Creed series is my favourite but i think God of War just might surpass it.

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