The story of Hidden is a hidden gem. God of War Ragnarok There are 14 books of poetry known as Kvasir’s Poems. Each book has its own Easter egg that is a nod to different PlayStation games. GoW This series is well-known for its unique collectible surprises. These discoveries are very satisfying for players to discover and decipher. Creative call-outs like these help to build the community of PlayStation gamers and allow them to fondly recall the games they played.
Intermixed with the Norse mythology of the game, Santa Monica Studio snuck in 14 very clever Easter eggs from PlayStation-exclusive games for players to find. Kvasir in Norse mythology was a poet who was considered the wisest. In God of War RagnarokHe spreads wisdom and poetry through 14 works Kratos discovers on his travels.
Kvasir’s Poem: “The Sunrise of Nothingness”
Kratos should discover “The Sunrise of Nothingness”, one of Kvasirs’ first poems. It’s a poetic reference to Aloy who is the protagonist of Horizon Zero Dawn. This item can be found at Svartalfheim.
Kvasir’s Poem: Large Society Ground Orb. The Performance
The second poem is an excellent play on the story about baseball. “Large Society Ground Orb: The Performance” is a great description. The Show. This game is available on many other platforms now, but it was originally only for PlayStation. You can also find this poem in Svartalfheim.
Kvasir’s Poem: The We Who Remain Part 2
Kvasir’s third piece is also available in Svartlfheim. Kvasir’s epic poem, “We Who Remain Part The Second”, is self-described to be a dramatic piece. The Last of Us Part 2.
“Tool and Bang”, the last Kvasir poem, is found in Svartlfheim. A fun play on words, this poem alludes to the PlayStation-exclusive series of Ratchet and Clank. The cover of the book features a beautifully drawn image of Ratchet with Clank inside.
Kvasir’s Poem: Afterlife abandonment
Kvasir’s fifth poem is “Afterlife Abandonment.” This poem can also be found in Alfheim. This poem refers in its own way, but it is simple and thought-provoking. Death Stranding.
Kvasir’s Poem: Visions After Rest
Kvasir’s sixth poetry, “Visions After Rest,” is next. Also in Alfheim this poem concerns the fantastic PlayStation title. Dreams. Dreams Kvasir explains that players can create almost anything they want, which allows them to literally make whatever they like.
Kvasir’s poem: Spirits Within Walls
The seventh poem is also in Alfheim and is called “Spirits Within Walls”. The 2019 game is the subject of this poem. Concrete Genie. It was released as a PS4 exclusive. Although it requires the ray tracing feature of the PS5, it is still breathtakingly beautiful due to its artistry and color use.
Kvasir’s Poem: Celestial Construction
Alfheim’s final Kvasir poem, “Celestial Construct”, is skipped in order to be listed in the collection as the ninth. It refers to the game Astro’s Playroom This was pre-installed to PS5s as an instructional video on DualSense controllers.
Kvasir’s Poem Upon Pursuing a Location Not Marked On Maps
“Upon Pursuing A Location Not Marked On Google Maps” is number eight on the collection menu but ninth in terms how players might find it in the game. The longest of Kvasir’s poems, it references one of the most popular and critically acclaimed PlayStation-exclusive series, Uncharted. This long, but powerful poem is found in Vanaheim (the realm of Vanir).
Kvasir’s Poem: Trip
“Trip” will take you to a place where you can reminisce about the game. Journey. Journey was one of the PS4 games free in the Play at Home initiative by Sony in 2020. The game was released originally in 2012. Kvasir’s poetry jump in order on the collection screen. “Trip”, number fourteen, is the last poem. This poem can also be found in Vanaheim, so it is possible to find it much sooner.
Kvasir’s Poem – Eastern Specter
“Eastern Specter”, a haiku written in homage and located in Alfheim, is a simple and elegant haiku. Ghost of Tsushima. This role-playing game about a Japanese-themed samurai warrior is very fitting. Jin, the protagonist, composes haiku.
Kvasir’s Poem: An Organisation: In The Future
“An Organization: in the Future” describes the use of advanced technology to fight for survival. The Order: 1886. This PS4 exclusive horror survival game was released in 2015 with movie-quality visuals.
Kvasir’s Poem: Sanguinity
Kratos can still find the Kvasir poem “Sanguinity” back in Svartalfheim. This poem is a stunning reference to the hit game. Bloodborne. Sparking an era of many Bloodbornelike-inspired games this beloved PlayStation exclusive was considered the 2015 game of the year by many sites and still has fans waiting for official news of a sequel.
Kvasir’s poem: The Dead Do Not Ride
Kratos will finally find the Kvasir poem “The Dead Do Not Ride” at Midgard. This poem is a brilliant reference to the post-apocalyptic game Days are gone. The world of the action-adventure game is where many people have been turned into zombies by a pandemic. Kvasir’s reflections on “Horses of steel, oil, and leather“In his poem, he cleverly refers to the game’s use motorbikes to help the survivors.
Santa Monica Studio incorporates these Easter eggs into God of War Ragnarok It’s a great way to have fun with your friends and find collectibles. Sony games share a camaraderie and often refer to one another, although not always in the same poetic way as Kvasir.
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