Since the PlayStation 2's original God of War game, Kratos' use of Chaos Blades has been an essential component of his persona. The Chaos Blades are a gift from the former Greek war god Ares to his then-servants, imbuing Hades and imprinting their bearers in the brilliance. Although Kratos has been liberated from Ares' enslavement for a long time, he still wields the Chaos Blade in the Nordic lands. God of War CD Keys are available in plenty for players to prepare.
Chaos Blade is magic, and magic has many special qualities. Their blazing aura can cut through practically any barrier, even the ice creatures of Helheim. The Chaos Blades can also be summoned back at any time because Kratos is connected to them by two cords. The fate of the Chaos Blades of Ares' carriers once they pass away permanently, however, remains one of its greatest mysteries.
Death is in Kratos' nature
During his exploits, Kratos, the former Greek god of war, suffered multiple life-threatening injuries, some of which sent him to the afterlife. For instance, Kratos lost his life in the first God of War when Ares discovered that his former servant intended to assassinate him by tossing a big pillar at Sparta. With the aid of Hades, Kratos forced his way out of the underworld while still raging for retribution and continued his quest to destroy Ares. Kratos has often died, yet with to his godlike nature and sheer willpower, he manages to remain angrier than ever.
What's interesting about Kratos' previous death is that Chaos Blade followed him into the afterlife. He fought the denizens of Hades with the blade in God of War, and even found the blade on him when Zeus sent him to the underworld in God of War 2. Due to their magical nature, Chaos Blades must be bound to their wielder, and vice versa.
What would happen to Blade if Kratos died permanently?
Kratos in God of War and Ragnarok is very different from his younger self. He's wiser, more tired, and less attached to the Chaos Blade than he used to be. In fact, Kratos seemed disgusted by his signature weapons in the 2018 reboot, because they reminded him so much of his storied past. In a special exchange with his son Atreus, Kratos mentioned that he tried to get rid of them, only to have the blades come back to him.
It's hard to say what will happen to Chaos Blade at this stage in Kratos' life. Kratos looks like he's in his twilight years and just wants to hang up his arms and live a normal life (which he was doing before the events of God of War in 2018). While he might still be able to escape another afterlife, he probably doesn't want to - as long as he feels he's earned eternal rest and puts Atreus in a favorable position.
Nobody knew if Chaos Blade would pursue Kratos again after his final death. Due to their magical nature, they might vanish or be given to Kratos' relatives. Although it seems improbable that Atreus will ever use the Blades of Chaos (Kratos says they will never become an heirloom), it is possible that he will do so at some point. Kratos' final demise is most likely to result in Chaos Blade losing its enchantment and remaining close to Kratos' lifeless body. Hopefully, now that his life's work has been completed, there won't be a need for another Spartan ghost or for any other angry god brandishing a blood-spattered blade. You can get more God of War guides at heckofadesign.com.