God of War Ragnarok: Atreus Gets Stuck in a Bizarre Loop [Funny Video] – Games News

A player of Santa Monica Studios’ well-known God of War Ragnarok caught a strange bug featuring Atreus, Kratos’ son and companion, stuck bouncing continuously between ledges. Though not the initial God of War Ragnarok glitch seen by players, it certainly is one of the funnier ones. Recently, the smash hit game got its most recent update after New Game+ mode was added earlier in the month; and Update 4.02 for God of War Ragnarok fixed a few of the bugs present in the PlayStation title.

The ninth installment of the action-adventure series, God of War Ragnarok, is set to be released for PlayStation 4 and 5 in late 2022. The sequel of 2018’s critically acclaimed God of War will feature Kratos and Atreus as they explore the Nine Realms of Norse mythology on their journey. As was the case in the first game, Kratos will be aided by his son Atreus, who will also have his own solo missions. The actor who provided the voice for Atreus recently mentioned that even they can get tired of hearing the character’s puzzle hints in God of War Ragnarok.

Recently, ArthurMorgan9 posted a funny video on r/GodofWar. It featured Atreus stuck in a loop, bouncing back and forth between two ledges. The clip starts with Kratos fighting an enemy in the background, while Atreus is heard struggling. When Kratos turns around, he sees Atreus jumping from one ledge to another over a small gap in a bizarre and humorous way. Similarly, another recent video showed Brok from God of War Ragnarok attacking an immortal Draugr in a loop.

Boi what are you doing
by u/ArthurMorgan9 in GodofWar

Reactions from Reddit users regarding the strange glitch were light-hearted, with one person quipping that Atreus was “building up his endurance” with his antics. Another Redditor mentioned that they had the same bug when playing through God of War Ragnarok, and were glad to see that Atreus’ behavior came to an end as soon as Kratos traversed the gap. A third Redditor recounted a bug in which, instead of doing gymnastics, their Atreus started randomly shooting at a tree.

This amusing video clip demonstrates that, regardless of the amount of refinement or continual updates, even major video game creators can’t catch all the bugs. Fortunately, unlike the recently posted God of War Ragnarok issue where Kratos was stuck in an infinite freefall, this one wasn’t disruptive.

God of War Ragnarok  is available for purchase on both PS4 and PS5 consoles.