A trusted insider answered a question about whether God of War Ragnarok will be delayed again to 2023.
God of War Ragnarok so far can be considered to have an interesting plot, both in terms of its development. The game was first introduced in 2020, by the second half of 2021, God of War: Ragnarok has been confirmed to launch for both PS4 and PS5 and also announced a delay to 2022 at the same time. The actual name of the game was not even revealed until its first gameplay trailer was shown near the end of 2021 that officially confirmed the game name would be God of War Ragnarok.
However, since then, God of War Ragnarok has become quiet with gamers. This silence is nothing too strange for a game that is still in development, but it is understandable if some gamers are worried about its release date. If it’s one of Sony’s summer 2021 game launches, it couldn’t be better. If it’s a fall or Christmas release, it’s a bit late but still on schedule. But because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many gamers are worried that its release date will be delayed again.
So far, no reliable insider or leaker has hinted that God of War Ragnarok will be delayed one more time, but it’s still an understandable worry for its fan base. the game due to the unstable state of the world. Fortunately, we don’t have to worry about the game being pushed to 2023.
While neither Sony nor Santa Monica have officially commented on this, well-known Bloomberg reporter Jason Schreier recently answered a fan question on Reddit. The question is whether anyone thinks God of War Ragnarok will push its release date to 2023, and Schreier’s answer is simple, “no”.
These confirmations may not come directly from Sony or Santa Monica, but they are incredibly reliable because they come from an inside source. With this confirmation, and with Horizon Forbidden West also being released recently, it is clear that gamers will be enjoying God of War: Ragnarok relatively soon. Of course, the game won’t launch tomorrow, but gamers will know its release date as early as the next Sony State of Play event.
After all, most of 2022’s “video game launch schedule” is still undecided, with Nintendo recently revealing their games for the first half of 2022 but the second half of the year featuring very few titles. Game launches for all major companies. That’s why other companies will be competing this time around to reveal their game lineups, especially as the E3 event approaches.
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