In the most recent gameplay clip for God of War, Ragnarök, Kratos, and Atreus are seen traveling across all Nine Realms of Asgard. In the 2018 God of War reboot, Kratos choose to forgo his past life of rage and vengeance in favor of a peaceful existence with his son Atreus, trading the marble towns of Mount Olympus from the past God of War trilogy for the frigid landscapes of Norse mythology. \n \nWhen Kratos and Atreus go out to carry out Kratos' late wife's dying wish to have her ashes scattered across Jotunheim's highest peak, gamers in God of War (2018) have new landscapes to discover. \n \nFather and son traversed six of the Norse regions of Asgard in God of War (2018), from the cold meadows of Alfheim and the snowy forests of Midgard to the gloomy depths of Helheim and the poisonous mist of Niflheim. \n \nWhile this gave Kratos and Atreus an in-depth look into the realm of Nordic mythology and allowed them to interact with a variety of fascinating characters, some areas of the Nine Realms were left to the players' imaginations because of the tyrannical Odin blocking access to certain areas and the pressing nature of the current main search. \n \nDirector of God of War Ragnarök Eric Williams revealed to Game Informer that in addition to all realms being available, those that were included in God of War (2018) would have additional places. \n \nVanaheim, Svartalfheim, and Asgard are just a few of the new locales to God of War Ragnarök will introduce its players. In the recently leaked gameplay footage for Ragnarök, Kratos and Atreus can be seen exploring the dwarven homeland of Svartalfheim. \n \nWith stunning technological marvels, including artificial water channels, mine shafts, and sizable towns that feature challenging environmental riddles for players to solve, this realm epitomizes the brilliance of the dwarven species.