An acne-inducing PC mod for the God of War series has been released that allows Atreus, Kratos’ son, to face off against the dreaded adolescent condition. In 2018, Sony Santa Monica relaunched the God Of War brand with the storey of an older Kratos attempting to raise his kid and confront the evils of his past as he travels through the Norse mythology’s Nine Realms. The reboot was well received.
PC players who don’t possess a PlayStation may now play one of the most critically-acclaimed action games of the previous console generation thanks to the latest port of God of War. According to early feedback, PC players are appreciating the upgraded graphics choices that make Kratos’s mission to fulfil his late wife Faye’s last wish just as genuine as it was in the original PS4 release. Even though Sony Santa Monica gave their full consent to gamers with technological know-how to tweak Kratos and Atreus’s first Nordic adventure in a number of exciting ways, the PC port of God Of War doesn’t feature official mod support.
Kratos is the main focus of most of these modifications, with some replacing his old character model with his younger and more volatile self from the original God Of War trilogy and replacing his generally gloomy language with a stream of dad jokes that will have Atreus clutching his face in embarrassment. A new God of War PC hack has given Kratos’s teenage son Atreus a full-blown acne breakout, according to The Gamer. To guarantee that poor Atreus gets acne “at its worst,” InspectorXyto, the developer of Nexus Mods’ Atreus Puberty Mod, conducted extensive research into different varieties of acne.
“We all have gone through it,” InspectorXyto said in the comments section when a player inquired about the mod’s origins. God of War Ragnarök, which will be released later this year on both PlayStation systems and conclude Kratos’ Nordic saga, won’t have much concern for Atreus’ acne or uncomfortable dad jokes. The New God of War game will see Atreus investigate an old prophecy foretelling the end of the world and his claimed role as Loki, as featured in the God of War Ragnarök video during September’s PlayStation Showcase live stream.
To keep himself occupied, Kratos is teaming up with Nordic God of War Tyr and facing off against an array of other fabled foes, including the previously teased showdown with Thor. When it comes to adolescence, it seems that even Atreus’ innate powers can’t save him from a painful-looking acne-ridden face. Kratos, the God Of War, has taught his son many things over the years, and we can only hope that he has also taught him the importance of good skincare and how to properly pop pimples before he embarks on his next adventure through the countries of Nordic mythology.