Eric Williams explains that he had the idea to create the place shortly after a trip with his wife to Tanzania and Kenya
God of War Ragnarok is the kind of game where the more you explore, the more surprises you discover. Recently, director Eric Williams revealed to The Washington Post that there is a secret place in Vanaheim that was totally inspired by real life.

The God of War Ragnarok place in question is called “The Crater”. It is located northwest of Vanaheim and is not indicated on the map. To get there, you need to complete a series of story missions until you get Skidbladnir, Freyr's boat.

Going back to Williams' interview with The Washingtom Post, the director revealed that, on a trip with his wife to Tanzania and Kenya, they went to Ngorongoro Crater, where a volcano collapsed in on itself. He says that the place is populated by thousands of animals and “you just see the cycle of life, right before your eyes”.

It was all based on when my wife and I went to Tanzania and Kenya on safari. We went to a place called Ngorongoro Crater, where a volcano collapsed in on itself.

Many animals live inside it, and they take you there, and you just see the cycle of life, right before your eyes. And I saw it and I went back to the team saying “you have to see this”. And we started looking, and they were like, “oh, this is perfect.”


According to the director of God of War Ragnarok, The Crater is a gigantic place that you can simply “miss” during the game, as it is completely optional: “There are three to four hours of content there, depending on how you play”, he explained.
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