God of War Ragnarök enthält eine ganz besondere Nebenquest mit rührendem Hintergrund.

God of War Ragnarök: Deceased developer immortalized

God of War Ragnarök: Deceased developer immortalized

God of War Ragnarok contains some side quests with exciting stories and memorable moments. One of them, however, is particularly touching and downright heartbreaking. It was included as a kind of memorial to a deceased developer and there is a poignant story behind it.

God of War: side mission honoring a deceased lover

“God of War Ragnarök” is extremely extensive and filled to the brim with cool discoveries. but if you only do one sidequest alongside the main story, make sure it’s this one. Behind it is a really touching and sad story from the real world.

As Sony Santa Monica developer Sam Handrick reports on Twitter, he and his partner Jake Snipes have each other met and fell in love while working on God of War Ragnarök. The two got together, regularly brought pastries to work and were happy.

But Jake Snipes is 2020 unfortunately died much too early of epilepsy. One of his partner’s biggest wishes was to have him immortalized within God of War Ragnarök. At first he just had them Idea, the initials of the two lovers in one rune put somewhere in the game.

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Sam Handrick pitched the idea to his team and what ended up being his exceeded the original idea by far. Now there is complete side quest honoring the late developer of God of War Ragnarok.

Without wanting to reveal too much, you can find their initials in-game. But you can also collect the ingredients for a very special recipe and an ever-burning campfire discover. However, not just any campfire, but one whose smoke shines in all colors of the rainbow.

“A story of two men who have found each other in a cruel world and who have found a place where they both just belong together.

I wanted this story to be one that a lot of queer people know: traveling through a world that doesn’t always understand you and finding a place that really feels like home.

And sometimes that place is just a person.

And something as simple as a recipe can be a connection back to that home.”

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Have you already played the quest? Would you have thought that there was such a touching story behind it?

God of War Ragnarök: Deceased developer immortalized

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