God Of War’s Leviathan Ax Replica Glows Like The Real Thing


A God of War fan has created a replica of the Leviathan Ax, with glowing runic symbols on the blade and ornate handles.

A hard God of War A fan recently took to Twitter to show off his Leviathan Ax replica, featuring glowing symbols on the blade and two runes equipped for runic attacks. While the world of video games is still waiting with great expectation for the announcement of God of War: Ragnarokrelease date, this labor of love is a clear indication that appreciation for 2018 God of War he has not died in the least. This hype was fueled by the recent PlayStation 5 patch for the game, which allowed it to be played in 4K and up to 60 frames per second.

As for the actual Leviathan Ax in the game, it is unclear how important the role he will play in the next Ragnarok. In 2018 God of War, it was a bold step away from Kratos’ signature weapons, the Blades of Chaos (or Athena, or Exile, depending on the game). Fortunately, the ax proved to be a more than capable substitute, allowing players to control Kratos in new ways and unlock a litany of new puzzle, combat, and exploration mechanics. Like Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, the Ax of Leviathan also revolves around the ability to return to the wielder’s hands, which was the bread and butter of much of God of Warthe gameplay.

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On twitter, Agnes Megret He says his Leviathan Ax replica took over 150 hours of work, and it shows. The replica is virtually indistinguishable from the real one, and the glowing symbols and designs adorning it indicate that the model is based on the appearance of the weapon at maximum level. The replica is so realistic that Cory Barlog, creative director at Santa Monica Studio, chimed in to call the model “glorious.” On the negative side, Agnès responded to a comment to clarify that if the ax could cut wood, it would not ignite; therefore, it would probably not be particularly useful against a draugr or dark elf.

It is not the first time that Agnès pays tribute to God of War. In fact, the year the game was released, he once again took to Twitter to announce that he had named his son Atreus. He has also created a replica of the deer that Kratos and Atreus hunt near the beginning of the game, with glowing antlers. His Twitter also features replicas and elements of other games, especially the Assassin’s creed and the Bayonetta Serie.

With God of War: Ragnarok set to be released, or at least announced, sometime this year, it is unknown what fascinating new visuals Sony Santa Monica will come up with next. An additional hurdle that the team must overcome is making the game look distinguishable from other games that take place in a Norse or Viking context, such as Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Hellblade: Senua’s SacrificeY Valheim. Fortunately, the God of War The series has always stood out for reaching the top of its class with its design, music, characters, and gameplay. With the upcoming game as the first entry in the series on current-gen consoles, it will almost certainly be a genre-defining experience.

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Source: Megret Agnès / Twitter

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