South Korea rates God of War Ragnarok, merch predicts September launch: The release date for God of War Ragnarok has been a topic of discussion for quite some time. The team at Sony Santa Monica is still confident that the game will release this year; we haven’t seen it yet. However, a new rating and product page seem to corroborate it.
The Game Rating and Administration Committee of South Korea have given God of War Ragnarok a rating (GRAC). Therefore, it should be no surprise that the game contains filthy language, violence, sensuality, violence, drinking, and gambling.
GRAC assigns a mature grade as a result of all of this. In addition, the game has rated noteworthy since release dates often follow such events.
South Korea rates God of War Ragnarok merch predicts September launch
Just before their release dates, Digimon Survive and Ghostwire: Tokyo got ratings. Ratings for Forspoken and a Switch version of Skyrim Anniversary Edition just release.
God of War Ragnarok goods has begun to appear at internet merchants in connection with the new rating. On Twitter, indie game developer @the marmalade published their results from GeekyZone in the United Kingdom.
The things aren’t unexpected in and of themselves: Hats, shirts, and other stuff with the Ragnarok logo are on the list. The problem is that they mark with a September delivery date.
When you consider the latest rating, it’s easy to understand why some speculate that Ragnarok will release in the same month.
When we last heard about Ragnarok, we inform that it was “simply not ready to be displayed”. However, if the September release date is accurate, we’ll need to see it soon. More details may be available during the Summer Game Fest in June, or Sony might telecast one of its State of Play demonstrations.
We just heard about the accessibility choices available in God of Ragnarok. Improvements to subtitles, control over remapping, and a colorblind-friendly high contrast option are all on the horizon.