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Loosely based on Greek mythology, the game focuses on protagonist Kratos and forms part of a saga (chronologically the fifth chapter in the God of War series) with vengeance as a central theme.
Kratos, now the God of War, attempts to avert his betrayal by Zeus and the Olympian Gods by seeking out The Sisters of Fate and changing his destiny.
Gameplay is very similar to the original installment. The player controls the character Kratos in a combination of combat (both normal and quick-time), platforming and puzzle game elements. Many of the familiar combination attacks reappear, the game features four times as many boss fights and improved puzzles in comparison to the original.
Kratos' main weapons are Athena's Blades (or Blades of Athena), with other new weapons including the Barbarian Hammer, the Spear of Destiny and periodically, the Blade of Olympus. Although Kratos initially begins the game with Athena's Blades and the magic ability Poseidon's Rage at maximum, these abilities are lost after an encounter with Zeus.
There are several relics also available, including the previously acquired Poseidon's Trident, and new additions, the Amulet of the Fates, Golden Fleece and Icarus' Wings.
Magic is available via "Typhon's Bane", "Cronos' Rage", "Head of Euryale" and "Atlas Quake". Kratos also acquires a special ability called Rage of the Titans, which replaces Rage of the Gods from the previous installment.
Health and Magic upgrades - Gorgon Eyes and Phoenix Feathers respectively - reappear, with six items needed for an upgrade. Rage of the Titans can also be replenished. All three upgrades are found in a chest of corresponding colour (health green; magic blue and Rage yellow) in addition to other chests (red) that provide experience yielding orbs. There are also three special chests that provide an upgrade to Health, Magic bars and experience respectively. Several urns are also hidden in the game and on completion of the Challenge mode will unlock special abilities.
A revised challenge mode (seven trials called "Challenge of the Titans") that unlocks the abilities in the urns found during the first playthrough and the new "Arena of the Fates" which allows players to create their own battles.
Kratos is now the God of War, having defeated the Olympian god Ares. Shunned by the other gods and still haunted by nightmares from his past, Kratos decides to join an army of Spartans in an attack on the city of Rhodes. Kratos also ignores a warning from the goddess Athena that his lust for revenge is alienating the other gods.
During the battle, a giant eagle drains Kratos of his godly powers and also animates the Colossus of Rhodes. After a series of skirmishes with the statue, Kratos is offered the Blade of Olympus by Zeus- Kratos now only needing to infuse the blade with the remainder of his godly power. Although a now human Kratos defeats the Colossus, he is mortally wounded in the attempt. Zeus reveals himself as the eagle, and states he is forced to intervene as Athena refuses to undo what Zeus refers to as "her mistake". Zeus then grants Kratos one final opportunity to a loyal servant of the gods. Kratos, however, refuses and is killed by Zeus with the Blade of Olympus. Zeus then destroys the invading Spartan army.
Although Kratos is slowly dragged to the Underworld, he is saved by the Titan Gaia, Mother of Earth. Gaia explains to Kratos that he must now find the Sisters of Fate, who can change his fate and prevent his death at the hands of Zeus. With the aid of a winged Pegasus, Kratos is first directed to find Gaia's brother Titan Typhon and enlist his aid. After an aerial battle with griffins and harpies, Kratos finds the Titan imprisoned in an arctic location under a mountain.
Typhon is angered at the intrusion and imprisons the Pegasus, trapping Kratos in his lair. Forced to explore, Kratos battles hordes of foes until encountering the former Titan, Prometheus, who was trapped in mortal form and then chained and tortured at Zeus' directive for giving the gift of fire to mankind. Prometheus begs for release from his torment, and to achieve this Kratos then finds and confronts Typhon. Kratos steals the Titan's magical bow and uses it to blind the Titan, with an angered Typhon swearing vengeance. Kratos returns to Prometheus and uses the weapon to free him, who then chooses death by fire. In the act of immolation Prometheus releases the power of the Titans, which Kratos absorbs into himself. Freeing the Pegasus with the Titans' power, Kratos escapes and defeats more aerial foes until finding the Island of Creation.
Kratos then learns from Gaia that she once raised a young Zeus, who, on reaching manhood, betrayed her and waged war against all Titans for the cruelty inflicted on his siblings by his father, Cronos. After battling and defeating a number of foes, including Theseus, an undead version of old foe the Barbarian King, the gorgon Euryale, Perseus, and Icarus (both of whom are also seeking the Sisters of Fate), Kratos encounters the imprisoned Titan Atlas. An angered Atlas initially has no time for Kratos as he was responsible for the Titan's current predicament. Kratos, however, explains his intent, and Atlas reveals that Gaia and the other Titans seek revenge on Zeus as they were punished and humiliated by the gods after their defeat in the Great War. After revealing that the Blade of Olympus is the key to Zeus' defeat, Atlas aids Kratos by helping him reach the Palace of the Fates.
After evading numerous traps and defeating waves of monsters, Kratos encounters and battles an unseen foe, who is revealed to be a loyal Spartan soldier. Before dying, the soldier reveals Zeus has completed his revenge by destroying Sparta in Kratos' absence. An outraged Kratos is given even greater power by Gaia, who encourages him to continue to pursue his ultimate goal - the death of Zeus. Kratos eventually finds and frees a phoenix, riding the creature to the Sisters' stronghold. Kratos then confronts two of the three Sisters - Lakhesis and Atropos. After a series of skirmishes (including a failed attempt by the Sisters to change the outcome of Kratos' battle with Ares), Kratos kills both, and then confronts the final Sister, Clotho. After killing Clotho, Kratos uses the Loom of Fate to return to the point at which Zeus betrayed him.
Kratos surprises Zeus and seizes the Blade of Olympus, and, after a protracted battle, incapacitates Zeus. Athena intervenes and begs Kratos to stop, stating by killing Zeus, Kratos will destroy Olympus. Kratos ignores Athena's pleas and attempts to kill Zeus, but Athena sacrifices herself and is impaled by the Blade of Olympus. Before dying, Athena reveals Kratos is Zeus' son, and that Zeus was afraid that Kratos would usurp him, as he himself did to Cronos. Kratos declares the time of the gods is at an end, and travels back in time, rescuing the Titans just prior to their defeat in the Great War. Kratos then brings the Titans to the present, where the gods watch as their former foes climb Mount Olympus. Standing on the back of Gaia and wielding the Blade of Olympus, Kratos tells Zeus he has brought the destruction of Olympus.