With Horizon Forbidden West coming, and the fanbase has detonated with new fan-made activities portraying love for the universe of Horizon and its principle character, Aloy. Horizon Forbidden West is probably the greatest game affirmed to come to PlayStation this year, with a lot of invigorating new characteristics that were reviewed in a Forbidden West story trailer delivered recently.
Another title that has PlayStation fans energized is God of War Ragnarok, the continuation of the 2018 reboot of the establishment that sees hero Kratos fight the Norse gods close by his child Atreus. A PC port of God of War was as of late delivered to a lot of fanfare, adding the capacity to modify the game's openness choices in new innovative ways and releasing a handful of mods that give players more enjoyable to waste time with.
Fans might think about what it would resemble in the event that Horizon and God of War got over. In a post on Reddit's r/GodofWar, one fan rejuvenated that thought, by portraying the hero of Horizon Forbidden West, Aloy, as the new God of War.
Client TurfMerkin made an outlined render of Aloy, bloodied and fight solidified, holding Kratos' Leviathan Ax, while wearing an outfit like the one worn by the Ghost of Sparta in the 2018 game. As of now, the post sits with a 93% upvote, with over 150+ remarks commending the client's portrayal of the character, and how an extraordinary courageous woman like Aloy could squeeze into the bigger God of War group.
With the outfit framework in Forbidden West getting a huge extension from the past game, it isn't out of the domain of plausibility that a Kratos-inspired attire for Aloy could show up in the spin-off. It wouldn't be whenever God of War first got over another PlayStation game, as Jin Sakai from Sucker Punch's Ghost of Tsushima can get Kratos-inspired shield in his game.
While Horizon Forbidden West keeps on building publicity toward its delivery, particularly with new characters played by a top pick voice cast, it's energizing to look at fan art like this with much energy. Also, it will be enjoyable to see the artist trade positions for the characters, and perhaps portray Kratos fighting dystopian machines sometime later.