Ragnarok Pays Homage to Other PlayStation Games in Sindri’s House

An eagle-eyed God of War: Ragnarok player notices a tribute to other PlayStation games hidden in plain sight in Sindri’s House.

A highly observant God of War: Ragnarok player, upon exploring Sindri’s House in the game, discovers a bookshelf that houses a few nodes to other PlayStation-exclusive games. No strangers to the Easter egg game, Santa Monica Studios and PlayStation Studios are taking many opportunities to give shout-outs to other PlayStation games in God of War: Ragnarok.

ace God of War: Ragnarok breaks the series’s sales record and is taking the video game community by storm, players are enjoying their time in the different realms of Norse Mythology as Kratos, the God of War, and his son, Atreus. The sequel to 2018’s god of war game is highly popular and is receiving rave reviews from players and critics alike.


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god of war: Ragnarok players are happy about the great reviews, and now, as the game is out and people are playing, more interesting things are being found. Reddit user disneyrain posts a picture of a bookshelf in Sindri’s house that, along with a few scrolls and a glass bottle, houses a few books that any PlayStation fan will recognize as being tributes to other PlayStation Games. There seems to be a clear reference to Ratchet and Clankas well as one to Astro’s Playroom, but some of the other covers are harder to discern. However, when players combine this Easter egg with that of Kvasir’s Poems in the game, then it all starts to come together.

For those who don’t know, players are able to collect a total of 14 poems by the great poet, Kvasir in the game, with each instance of collection causing a hilarious exchange between Kratos and Mimir about poetry and culture. god of war‘s Kratos retains his Spartan identity in small ways like this, while he tries to separate himself from that life for Atreus’s sake in other ways as well. These poems of Kvasir are each a reference to a different PlayStation game like Death Stranding, Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last of Us Part 2and many more.

So, as players traverse the nine realms collecting these poems, they show up on this bookshelf in Sindri’s house. Then, it is just a matter of matching the poem with the cover art of the book to figure out which one is which. Though it may be one of the most common mistakes God of War: Ragnarok players are making, exploring the world extensively yields wonderful Easter eggs and references like this during a playthrough.

God of War Ragnarok is available now for PS4 and PS5.

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