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This is the final portion of the trailer. In it Kratos is tasked with taking on the horrific, rage-filled creature known as the Beast of the Apocalypse. The Beast's jaws have sharp, pointed fangs that thrust outwards and its skin is embossed with the ancient ancients, suggesting it's original nature is to destroy. Finally, it's gloves are made of solid adamantium - an alloy so hard that a steel blade can never chip or scar it. This thing is a walking tank, an unstoppable force of destruction. And when the world's attention is diverted from Greek mythology, the Beast is free to wreak havoc and spread madness wherever it goes. d2c66b5586