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God Of War Ragnarok Art Book Spoiler Filled Pages Have Apparently Leaked Online

Pay attention, God of War fans.

A game insider has leaked what looks like several new spoiler-filled pages from the God of War Ragnarok artbook.

The wait for God of War Ragnarok has been pretty brutal, but we’re only months away from release. As you’d expect from a big triple-A release, that means potential leaks have started popping up more frequently, with some notable recent ones, including Odin’s design that may have leaked, and the cover of the art book gives a little more than it should have.

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This image of Odin was leaked by Dusk Golem, an insider known for leaking games from Capcom and Konami, and it appears they have other images from the art book that were shared online by a Redditor . Although there is a chance that the images are fake, this is your final warning for God of Ragnarok spoilers, in case they turn out to be legit.


The images, which were shared by Redditor gabriel4434, again appear to be from the game’s art book and show a range of different scenes and concept art, all covered in the “Dusk Golem was here” watermark. It’s hard to tell what some of them are trying to show thanks to the watermark, but some of them give more details about the realms of the games, while others show scenes that we don’t have yet. views. None of them are massive spoilers overall and on the same level as the Odin design reveal, but they’re clearly things Sony Santa Monica doesn’t want yet.

One of the images shows concept art of Kratos battling Thor, notably without using his Leviathan Ax or Chaos Blades. While guaranteed, this is arguably the biggest spoiler of the bunch, as it’s something we haven’t seen in the trailers yet. An image also shows what some believe to be Heimdall.

The rest of the images show different factions of characters from the various realms in the games, including showing almost all of the game’s Aesir gods standing next to each other, dwarves, Helwalkers, and elves, along with a small description of who they are below.

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