Streamer Beats God Of War Ragnarok Using A Can Of Pringles

Streamer Beats God Of War Ragnarok Using A Can Of Pringles
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Tom Chapman

Published 

2nd Jan 2023 13:50

They say that once you pop, you just can't stop. Well, that seems to be the case in the bizarre trend of playing God of War Ragnarok using a can of Pringles.

Since its release in November, God of War Ragnarok has soared to the top of the charts and just missed out on winning Game of the Year to Elden Ring at The Game Awards.

While most of us quickly polished off the epic conclusion to the franchise's Norse saga, some are going back and finding increasingly difficult ways to play.

Why Are People Playing God Of War Ragnarok With Pringles?

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Twitch streamer MissMikkaa has taken on the God of War Pringles challenge and shown us how it's done. Dialling the difficulty up to the maximum, she's tackled the epic saga in style.

Dexerto has shown off some of MissMikaa's highlights from the 8.5-hour stream, where she rattles through the game with ease. She's so good at Ragnarok, she even finds time to stop off for a few munches on those tasty potato discs.

We already knew Ragnarok has a huge range of accessibility options, but playing with your hand shoved in a can of Pringles is pretty impressive. This isn't MissMikkaa's first rodeo though, as we've previously seen her tackle Elden Ring's Melania using a dance pad. 

Will There Be Another God Of War?

The question on everyone's lips right now is whether there will be another God of War. Having been a Sony staple since 2005, it would be a crying shame if there wasn't.

Ragnarok's gripping finale definitely left enough loose ends for a sequel, while most think the next game could hand the reins over to a more mature Atreus. Then again, it wouldn't be God of War without the Ghost of Sparta throwing down. 

Sony Santa Monica's Cory Barlog already teased the studio's next project, and although that's not confirmed to be a mythical Ragnarok sequel, we're holding out hope that there's more of a story to be told here. 

We're keeping our eyes on how things develop with the God of War name, but if you need us in the meantime, we'll be jamming our hands into a can of Pringles and trying to best Thor for ourselves. 

Tom is Trending News Editor at GGRecon, with an NCTJ qualification in Broadcast Journalism and over seven years of experience writing about film, gaming, and television. With bylines at IGN, Digital Spy, Den of Geek, and more, Tom’s love of horror means he's well-versed in all things Resident Evil, with aspirations to be the next Chris Redfield.

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