Ragnarok, the God of War Next week sees the free roguelike DLC release of Valhalla: Game Awards 2023.

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Next week, on December 12, God of War Ragnarok will receive a surprise DLC pack called Valhalla, which adds a roguelike mode and is available for free.

After the story of the franchise’s most recent entry concluded last year, more enemies are expected to be unleashed in the add-on content, which was unveiled during The Game Awards 2023. The DLC appears to at least give PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players more back-and-forth dialogue between Kratos and Mimir, though it’s unclear how much of it is focused on story elements.

Based on the trailer below, it appears that when Valhalla launches next week, Sony’s God of War will be traversing multiple environments. Furthermore, as hinted at at the end of the video, it appears that players will come across a cyclops, which could indicate a significant connection to Greek mythology.

The description of PlayStation’s trailer reads, “Embark with Kratos to Valhalla on a deeply personal and reflective journey towards a future he never thought possible.” “Master challenges of mind and body on an unraveling adventure that blends the beloved combat from God of War Ragnarök with brand new elements inspired by the roguelite genre.”

Given that Kratos is traveling with Mimir and that God of War (2018) and God of War Ragnarok take place back-to-back, it seems reasonable to assume that Valhalla takes place after the events of the 2023 title. We gave the newest release from Santa Monica Studios a 10/10 review, describing it as “an enthralling spectacle to behold and an even more exciting one to take the reins of, God of War Ragnarok melds action and adventure together to create a new, unforgettable Norse saga.”

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