God of War: The “Dancing Queen” strikes again with the toughest bosses in the game!

God of War: The “Dancing Queen” strikes again with the toughest bosses in the game!

The Valkyries of God of War (2018) must have caused a lot of problems for many players: these bosses rarely leave room for error, while their fights are often long tests of endurance. Something to be all the more impressed by the performance of Miss Mikkaa, who reiterates her feat after the one on Elden Ring.

God of War : la “Dancing Queen” frappe encore

One of the contenders for the title of game of the year comes out this week: we are not talking about Tactics Ogre: Reborn but rather God of War: Ragnarok, the sequel to the game of the year 2018. A narrative adventure that tells the arrival of Kratos among the Nordic gods as well as his paternal relationship with his son Atreus. A second episode that mobilizes many players to (re)discover the first chapter of the Nordic adventure, especially since it has the New Game +. Nevertheless, some push the difficulty even further with a crazy trophy hunt or with the use of special accessories.

This is for example the case of the streamer Miss Mikka : she performs many performances on Twitch on video games considered difficult accompanied… by her dance mat. She has proven her dexterity on the Elden Ring on several occasions being level 1 and decides to achieve a similar goal on God of War. Objective she accomplished yesterday since she managed to defeat all the valkyries, including the queen, without hands:

It is done ! I killed Queen Valkyrie Sigrún in God of War with a dance pad. Let me tell you… It was the Malenia difficulty but so much more rhythmic. It took me 216 tries and about 12 hours to kill her. The fatigue is real. Now I’m ready for #GodofWarRagnarok.

God of War Ragnarok : un challenge similaire ?

A feat hailed by the community, as evidenced by the various comments that can be read on the Reddit social network: “This fight is already an endurance test with a controller, I can’t imagine what it was on the mat” or “I’ve seen guys spend DAYS trying to beat Sigrun with a controller. The fact that she did it with a dance pad gives her great respect from me”. A marathon to redo on God of War Ragnarok?

For the moment, everything suggests that the second opus should be fuller than its predecessor. The game being already in the newsrooms and with some insiders, the first feedback evoked a approximately 40 hour lifespan to complete the main campaign as well as the side quests. A number that could double if players try 100%, especially as playing styles vary. Either way, it’s an investment worthy of the divine journey that awaits them.

God of War: Ragnarok is expected worldwide exclusively on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on November 9th.

Brent Dubin
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