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After more than four years in wait, fans can now finally play the sequel to the critically acclaimed God of War (2018): God of War Ragnarök. 

To mark this festivities especially for the online gaming community, Filipino artist Jappy Agoncillo unveiled a commissioned wall mural located in 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Taguig. 

Agoncillo is a muralist and illustrator from Manila. His works are an amalgamation of various interests and experiences, resulting in pieces that are heavily layered, rich with vibrant color and detail, and eager to tell a story. He has worked with international fashion, films, technology and lifestyle brands, along with having works in New York, Los Angeles, and Mumbai.

“The artwork is heavily inspired by the myths that gave rise to not only the recent God of War games, but its predecessors as well,” he says.

He wanted a piece that was packed full of easter eggs and story details, just as rich as the storytelling is from ancient Greek and Norse Mythology. Jappy used the myths as a basis for the elements included like Jormungandr wrapping itself around the artwork just as the myths suggest it wraps itself around the world, Skoll and Hati teasing the beginning of Ragnarok, the flames of Muspelheim and the ice of Fimbulwinter—a call to how the Norse world began and how it will eventually end. 

You can check this mural at any time of the day and show your appreciation for Kratos and Atreus until the end of November 2022.

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