The Norns are trying to find a way to stop Ragnarok. They have many different paths open, and they are exploring each. In this preview of the upcoming God of War: The Card Game, we get a look at some of those paths and what challenges will be put before the Heroes if that path is taken.
God of War: The Card Game
In God of War: The Card Game, you are looking to find a way to stop Ragnarok. You'll do that by going on quests, but what does that actually look like? The game uses a mosaic system of cards to create almost a board-game like feeling as you move your figure back and forth, deciding which cards you want to direct your attacks at. In this article, we get a little more detail about how that all works.
The Norns are looking to stop Ragnarok. They're looking into the well of Fate, trying different combinations of heroes and situations in order to do it. That's what you're up to in God of War: The Card Game, coming soon from CMON. In this preview, we get a look at how the heroes work, and some of what makes them unique from one-another.
CMON has an absoultely smashing new post about God of War: The Card Game up on their website.
I know it's good, because I wrote it.
Anyway, in this post, we get a look at the general game overview of the game and how it works.
CMON and Sony are teaming up to bring you God of War: The Card Game. Players take on the role of characters from the classic video game as they work to stop Ragnarok. The game utilizes a mosaic of cards that create a sort of "board" that players will be fighting on, moving to different columns to attack different sections. As pieces are defeated, the cards are flipped. Players' deck of attack and defense cards grow and change as they adventure. If they can complete 3 quests, they are able to stop the end of everything.