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Minecraft recreated the house of Kratos from the new parts of God of War (photo)

Kratos’ house in Minecraft / photo JayBeae

Minecraft fans do not always strive to build large-scale fortresses, cities, or even entire planets in the game, like Tatooine from Star Wars. Sometimes they focus on small but beautiful and detailed creations. And recently, the house of Kratos from the last two parts of God of War got into this list.

Responsible for the work is a Reddit forum visitor under the pseudonym JayBeae. He posted several images of the building in Minecraft. The house is as similar as possible to the original, adjusted for the cubic shape of the objects in the game. The building is made of wood and has a characteristic roof that matches Scandinavian architecture. Its one side is specially lengthened and supported by beams to form a canopy.

Kratos’ house in Minecraft / photo JayBeae

JayBeae also created a distinctive front and rear design, as well as a front door similar to the original. On the side, the enthusiast placed additional light sources, and decorated the facade with a talisman, emphasizing the entourage of God of War. The work was liked by Reddit users, and they put 1.2 thousand likes.

Kratos’ house in Minecraft / photo JayBeae

Minecraft – Basic Details

  • It is an open-world survival sandbox where users can show their creative skills, build houses and even cities.
  • Markus Persson released the first version of the project back in 2009. Listening to player feedback, the developer improved Minecraft by adding more and more new mechanics to it.
  • The project quickly gained popularity. And already in 2014, Microsoft bought Persson’s studio Mojang AB and the rights to Minecraft for $2.5 billion.
  • As of mid-2020, Minecraft has sold 200 million copies, making it the best-selling game in history. Now the project can be downloaded on PC, consoles and smartphones.


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