Jotunheim is the very final realm that was featured in God Of War, but then in the end it turns out to be a major letdown for the players who were hoping for something more or extra.
This place is the final destination in God of War, but, unfortunately, the realm of the mythical giants have failed to live up their expectations.
The players spend the entire game looking forward to reaching the magical realm, yet when they get there, it clears that the journey there matters the most than the destination in the game.
There are a total of nine realms featured in the 2018’s God Of War, but only six of that kind of realms are available to access and those are Midgard, Alfheim, Helheim, Jotunheim, Muspelheim, and the last Nilfeheim.
The other three realms like the Asgard, Vanaheim, Svartalheim are not featured in the game, though there are some speculations that they may become available in the future parts of God Of War.
The players of the game assume the role of Kratos at the very beginning of the game and they start at Midgard, only to wind up in Jotunheim during the final leg of the God Of War’s story.
The main plot of the 2018’s God Of War follows Kratos and his younger son Atreus as the main journey to the highest peak in the nine realms to spread the ashes of Kratos’ wife and mother of Atreus Faye, which they both discovers as Jotunheim.
When the duo finally reaches its final realm, many of the pieces of the game start falling into their place.
Then at the very same time, God Of War also leaves players with many more important questions. Throughout the story of the game, the fate of the giants is very largely referenced, with inquisitive Atreus why they all disappeared from the other realms.