Recent rumors suggest that God of War Ragnarok will be postponed to 2023, although Sony has yet to make an official statement.
Rumors are spreading that God of War Ragnarök will be delayed to 2023 instead of the planned release for this year. This comes after recent speculations about a possible Summer Game Fest announcement emerged from a change to the God of War Ragnarok Playstation store page. For many, these rumors may come as a surprise as all signs of God of War Ragnarok’s development are positive, with many fans anticipating the game’s final release date to be in the fall. year 2022.
Sony made a big wave in September 2020 when God of War Ragnarok was first announced during the Playstation 5 showcase with a vague release date for 2021. Since then, it has become a staple of the most anticipated games, winning the award at the Golden Joystick Awards 2020 for Most Wanted Game. But in June 2021, developer Santa Monica Studio announced that God of War Ragnarok was officially delayed for 2022 because Christopher Judge, who voiced Kratos, was recovering from surgery. Although rumors started circulating about a possible September release, no official release date has yet been given.
Now, with Summer Game Fest 2022 coming up, Gamereactor reports God of War Ragnarok will be further delayed for a final release in 2023, according to multiple European sources. An announcement is expected during the live event, though neither Sony nor Santa Monica Studios have publicly addressed these rumors and a specific release date has yet to be determined. It’s also important to note that God of War Ragnarok was absent from the list of trailers shown at Sony’s recent State of Play event, which included new trailers for Final Fantasy 16 and the Horizon series.
This is a surprising turn of events, as there are indications that God of War Ragnarok’s 2022 release date looks pretty certain. Ryan Hurst revealed in an interview that he finished recording his dialogue for his character Thor. Previously, a release date of September 30, 2022, was set on the PlayStation Network’s back-end, although many agree that this could be the time to pre-order.
The lagging history of recent titles is growing by many AAA game studios. Ubisoft’s upcoming remake for Prince of Persia: Sands of Time has been put on hold for its entire development cycle, with many fans fearing that the game will be canceled in the end until development progress. development moved to a completely different studio. At this point, fans can only speculate on other possible reasons for God of War Ragnarok’s delay and hope that, if confirmed, this isn’t a sign of troubled development. similar mess.
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