God of War fan presents custom LEGO Kratos and Atreus
A talented God of War fan shows off awesome, custom Lego minifigures based on both Kratos and Atreus and they are surprisingly accurate.
Following the release of the last opus, God of the war has regained popularity. While God of War (2018) deviates from the formula established in the original God of the war trilogy, it introduced many new gameplay and world-building elements, while cultivating a memorable relationship between Kratos and his son Atreus. Now one fan has managed to recreate both characters as LEGO minifigures.
While few gaming franchises receive official LEGO sets, there have been many video game-related LEGO creations in the past that celebrate the medium. For example, a member of the gaming community made a LEGO statue of a Wii with a remote part coming out of a TV. Thanks to the efforts of a fan, the God of the war The community now has a good idea of what Kratos and Atreus would look like as Lego minifigures.
A Reddit user named swedishMartin has created custom LEGO minifigures of Kratos and Atreus. Both figures are incredibly detailed and meticulously crafted. It looks like the Redditor used some type of red sticker or adhesive to represent Kratos’ Spartan war tattoo. The user even gave Kratos a battle ax similar to the Leviathon ax used in the game, as well as a bow to Atreus and a LEGO version of his mother’s knife.
LEGO is known to be a very kid-focused company, with various themed sets around family content like Harry potter and Star wars. So, there is unlikely to be some kind of official license God of the war LEGO sets, but these custom minifigures certainly give fans a good idea of what these two characters might look like as LEGO minifigures.
It’s amazing to see the kind of unique fan creations that God of the war has inspired since its initial release. Even though the game was released over three years ago, fans are still actively showing off cosplays, fan art, and other unique creations, like this pair of LEGO minifigures. In fact, some fans have actually chosen actors for a hypothetical God of the war movie, showing that they can’t get enough of the franchise.
It will be interesting to see what the future holds God of the war moving forward. While God of War: Ragnarok was confirmed to be in development at the end of last year, nothing substantial has yet been released regarding the development of the game. Ragnarok will be presented at the next PlayStation Showcae, but there’s no way to know for sure until presentation day.
God of the war is now available exclusively for PS4.
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