God of War Ragnarok will not retaliate: God of War: Ragnarok has an interesting story so far, at least in terms of how it make. First, God of War: Ragnarok was coming in 2020. Then, about halfway through 2021, it confirm for both PS4 and PS5 to play.
The first gameplay trailer for God of War: Ragnarok show at the end of 2021. It was also put back until 2022 at the same time. Here, it had not said to call God of War: Ragnarok. The name had said to be something else.
On the other hand, God of War: Ragnarok hasn’t been very busy since then. At this point in the game’s development, it’s not too unusual for people to worry about its release.
All of that, of course, and the COVID-19 pandemic has some people worried about the book’s release. If it were one of Sony’s summer games, it would have already discuss. It will still make sense to know more if it’s a fall or holiday game.
So far, no reliable insiders or leakers have said that God of War: Ragnarok would pushed back again, this time until 2023. It’s not a big idea that people are talking about on the internet.
God of War Ragnarok will not retaliate
It’s more of an understandable concern for the fans because of how the world is going. As it turns out, they don’t have to worry.
A well-known Bloomberg reporter and insider, Jason Schreier, recently answered a Reddit post from a concerned fan. Is God of War: Ragnarok going to push back to 2023? Schreier’s answer is simple and direct: “Nope.” Sony and Santa Monica have not said anything about this.
There is a good chance that these words don’t come directly from Sony or Santa Monica, but they’re about as trustworthy as a source inside the company.
That said, it’s a good bet that fans will learn more about God of War: Ragnarok soon. Not tomorrow, of course. It could be at the next Sony State of Play event.
There is still a lot that has not decided about the “video game calendar” for 2022. Nintendo has just revealed its games for the first half of 2022, but there aren’t many big games coming out for later in the year from everyone else. When “E3” comes around, other companies will likely follow suit and show off their games.
God of War: Ragnarok set to come out on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in 2022.