A reputable spoiler has informed fans when the God of War Ragnarok release date could finally be announced.
When the God of War franchise reboot was released in 2018, fans were immediately struck by the new focus on Norse mythology crafted with compelling gameplay and storytelling elements. Since God of War is such a popular series, fans are of course very excited when a sequel – God of War: Ragnarok will be announced. Originally scheduled for a 2021 release, God of War Ragnarok was later pushed back to 2022. However, even as many months passed, many were still unsure when the game would be. will actually release this year or not.
Fans looked at everything from tweets to merchandise to guess when God of War Ragnarok would be out. To add to the volume of theory and speculation, a game industry leaker is revealing when the final release date will be revealed. The leaker known as The Snitch, who in the industry is known for having perfect prediction rates, recently told gamers what to expect from Sony’s State of Play event in early June and detailed revealed some of the games announced at the Summer Games Fest.
Now, The Snitch is revealing to fans a potential timeline for a new Sony State of Play event where it is believed that God of War: Ragnarok will be the main focus. The leaker tweeted a GIF of Kratos smiling while the numbers 11110 appeared on the screen. 11110 is the binary number representing the number 30, implying June 30. This date would be considered a potential State of Play day, as it would mark a Thursday, the time when Sony usually holds showcases. mine. This would also make sense when combined with Tom Henderson’s recent prediction that another State of Play will happen at the end of June.
There’s also an expectation that both PlayStation and Nintendo will have more news to share before June ends, in line with the expected 30-day God of War Ragnarok release date. Fans already have some idea of when the latest God of War title will release, with the strongest theory currently alluding to a November release.
This is mainly due to widespread concern in the gaming community that God of War: Ragnarok could be pushed into 2023, suffering the same fate as several other major titles slated for release in 2022 such as Starfield and Redfall. However, tweets from God of War production team Cory Balrog seem to mock the idea that the game will be delayed. Even so, fans are still hoping for an early confirmation so their worries can be allayed.
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