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The God of War series is a series of video games centered around Greek mythology and, following the conclusion of God of War III, Norse mythology as well. The series follows the Spartan warrior, Kratos who battles against men, monsters, and even gods alike in his quest for vengeance and retribution.

Chronological order of the God of War series

God of War: Ascension

Main article: God of War: Ascension

Set six months after that fateful day where Kratos' unintentional killing his wife and daughter.

God of War: Chains of Olympus

Main article: God of War: Chains of Olympus

Set five years into Kratos' days as a loyal servant of the gods, this PSP prequel sees him rescuing Helios from the God of Dreams and fighting a conspiracy in the depths of the underworld.

God of War

Main article: God of War

After ten years of serving the gods, Kratos is ordered to kill his former master, Ares, the God of War. This involves opening Pandora's Box, taking its power, and laying the foundations for later betrayals.

God of War: Ghost of Sparta

Main article: God of War: Ghost of Sparta

Having replaced Ares, Kratos learns his long-lost brother Deimos may still be alive, held prisoner by the God of Death Thanatos, and sets out to find him more bitter and bloodthirsty than ever.

God of War: Betrayal

Main article: God of War: Betrayal

Following the events, Kratos is leaving his Spartan army against Greece. While fighting alongside his warriors, he is attacked by a number of beasts led by the giant, Argos, who is sent by Hera to stop the war Kratos is waging. However, before Kratos is able to kill the beasts, it is killed by an unknown Assassin as a clear effort to destroy the anti-hero's reputation with the Gods of Olympus. Soon, the son of Hermes, Ceryx, is sent to deliver a message to Kratos from Zeus, who's becoming increasingly concerned with the amount of destruction left in Kratos' path.

God of War II

Main article: God of War II

Consumed by anger, Kratos sends his Spartan troops on a rampage across Greece, worrying the Olympians. When Zeus betrays and kills him, Kratos returns from the Undeworld and begins a journey to change Fate itself to finally get his revenge on Zeus.

God of War III

Main article: God of War III

Picking up where God of War II left off, Kratos' adventure involves a top-to-bottom-and-back-again trip through Mount Olympus and the brutal elimination of the king of gods, Zeus, and battle his inner self as well to finally move beyond his horrible past.

God of War (2018)

Main article: God of War (2018)

Many years after the destruction of the Greek World, Kratos tries to put his past behind him and start over in a distant land with his son Atreus. Can the Cycle be broken?

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God of War Main Series
Main Games: God of War: Ascension | God of War: Chains of Olympus | God of War (2005) | God of War: Ghost of Sparta | God of War: Betrayal | God of War II | God of War III | God of War: A Call from the Wilds | God of War (2018) | God of War Ragnarök
Others: God of War (Novel) | God of War 2 Novel | God of War (2018) Novel | God of War (Comics) | God Of War (Dark Horse Comics) | God of War: Lore and Legends
Remakes and Ports
Collections: God of War: Collection | God of War: Origins Collection | God of War: Saga
Games: Bit of War
Films: God of War (Film)
Plot Elements
Terms: God of War (Title) | Gods | Immortal | Mortal | Titans | Pandora's Box | Hope | Plagues | Colors | Greece
Events: Siege of Attica | Siege of Athens | Siege of Rhodes | Titanomachy | Second Titanomachy | The Marked Warrior
Gameplay Elements and Bonuses
Gameplay Chest | Orb Chests | Multiplayer | Kratos' Equipment | Godly Possessions | Urns of Power | Sex Mini-Game | Quick Time Events | Rage Ability | Save Altar | Combos | Bonus Play
Bonuses: Bonus Costumes | Easter Egg | Secret Message | A Secret Revealed | Birth of the Beast | The Fate of the Titan