God of War Ragnarök Has The Best Easter Egg I Have Seen In Years

God of War Ragnarök has an amazing set of easter eggs, which are so clever that they flew over the head of many players. We'll show you what they are.

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I'm absolutely loving this easter egg in God of War Ragnarök. | © Sony

God of War Ragnarök is finally out and we're thoroughly loving the game, as you can read in our GoW review. The game is full of amazing set pieces, ideas and gags. And one of the best ones is a series of references to other PlayStation classics, which you can find in a side quest.

Check Out These Amazing PlayStation References in God of War Ragnarök

In Ragnarök, you have a series of collectibles called Kvasir's Poems, a set of short pieces by a legendary Norse poem. This is not just busy work though, the game also uses these poems for a set of amazing easter eggs.

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If you look close enough, you will see that each one of Kvasir's poems is a reference to a classic PlayStation game, like The Last of Us, Horizon or Bloodborne. That's so cool! What a clever and creative way to give a little shout out to some of its peers. Check out one example here.


Some of the examples are obvious, the Bloodborne one in the above tweet has the Hunter's emblem from the game on it. But if you don't know what these are supposed to be, some of them can easily go over your head. Very well done, folks. If you didn't pay attention to the poems before, definitely make sure to check them out now.

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