PETA wants new God of War Ragnarök mode to remove violence against animals

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PETA wants Sony Santa Monica to add a new mode to God of War Ragnarök to remove violence to animals.


As reported by TheGamer, the animal rights non-profit organisation has asked the developer for a “PETA mode” so Kratos can spare the lives of animals he meets on his journey across the nine realms.

Beware, some major boss spoilers follow.


Kratos beats up plenty of animals throughout God of War Ragnarök, including a bear pretty early on.


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