While there’s no specific release date yet, the God of War developer Ragnarok’s tweet suggests that the game is already playable.
Recent tweets from God of War developer Ragnarok suggest that the game is currently in a playable state. All eyes are on God of War Ragnarok at the moment, as the gaming community has been expecting the release of the sequel in the PlayStation blockbuster series after a delay from 2021 to 2022.
God of War 2018 proved to be a huge success for Sony, once again making Kratos one of the company’s key IPs. The next version is dramatic, with a plot closely linked to the first, and offers many clues that were not answered in the previous version. In the four years following the successful God of War 2018, gamers have been looking forward to hearing about the next chapter in the story of Kratos and Atreus and it will involve the Norse apocalypse with the jihadist theme of Ragnarok. The gaming community around the world has been eagerly waiting since the reveal of the game State of Play in September, the development team has been working non-stop to work hard to bring the specific release date as soon as possible. for fans.
While some gamers thought God of War Ragnarok could be delayed again, a tweet from design artist Ruben Morales via DualShockers suggested otherwise. Morales tweeted a video of his young daughter playing God of War 2018, it is worth mentioning that Morales wrote that his daughter “would rather play a newer God of War title than the 2018 version” but he can’t reveal any scenes at the moment about that game, so he chose to share a video of her enjoying the 2018 release, of course, this alludes to the fact Morales already has a beta version of God of War Ragnarok in hand, which is in the process of being completed.
Morales’ tweet is rather vague, so it’s hard to know how complete the game is at the moment. God of War Ragnarok’s release date has yet to be revealed, but if Santa Monica Studios really intends to release the game in 2022, it’s probably almost done. Sure, there will be a few more gameplay trailers for Ragnarok in the near future, so fans should get a closer look at the game soon.
However, it will be interesting to see what part of the gameplay Morales is referring to in his tweet. Until the developers behind God of War Ragnarok share more information about their new project, we still have to wait a while before we get our hands on God of War Ragnarok.