God of War Ragnarok confirms that All-Stars Battle Royale is canon

Kratos confirms that the richest tournament in PlayStation history is canon.

The most observant fans noticed that Sony Santa Monica Studio confirmed in that of God of War Ragnarok that PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale it is officially canon. Before continuing in the drafting of this article we would like to clarify that a little further down you will find one spoilers concerning a conversation, totally secondary to the game, between Kratos And Mimirso do not continue reading if you do not want to incur any kind of anticipation.

Having specified this aspect, in the middle of an exploratory phase the Greek God of War and the talkative Mimir they start chatting about a tournament the good guy has participated in in the past Kratoslong before the events told in the saga Norseessentially confirming that PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale it is for all intents and purposes canonical.

Below you will find this nice exchange present in God of War Ragnarok:

  • Mimir: Hey Brother, I also heard that you once fought in a tournament.
  • Kratos: I have fought in many competitions.
  • Mimir: But this one in particular, I’ve heard you’ve battled beasts, villains, princesses, undead, automatons, and even the greatest musician in history. It’s not… it’s not true, right?
  • Kratos: I do not wanna talk about it.
  • Mimir: Sounds right to me, brother.

Of course the quote ad All-Stars in God of War Ragnarok is pretty blatant, but the drafting of Press Start decided to contact the game director of directly God of War Ragnarok to close a comment about it, with the latter confirming that Kratos And Mimir they were just talking about PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.

Obviously among the characters mentioned by Mimir we find Parappa The Rapper, the “greatest musician in history”, with Fat Princess and Nariko of Heavenly Sword as “princesses”, while the “rascals” are Nathan Drake, Sly Cooper and Dante, while Sir Daniel Fortesque is among the “non -dead” and Clanck among the “automata”.

Finally, we remind you that PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a Super Smash Bros. style fighting game from Nintendo, released in 2012 for PS3 and PS Vita.