God of War Ragnarok

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It’s been some time since we’ve discovered one thing new about God of War Ragnarok. There’s nonetheless a lot of anticipation for the PlayStation 5 sequel, however that hype might need to hold followers slightly longer. The newest message from developer Sony Santa Monica Studio says the game is “just not ready to be shown,” implying a launch date that’s nonetheless a methods off.

Cory Barlog, who led 2018’s God of War, stepped down from directing Ragnarok final yr, however he appeared in a quick Twitter video to update followers on the sequel’s standing. “There is so much going on right now that I just wish that I can share it with you,” he says, “but I guarantee you, the very second that we have something that we’re ready to share, we’re going to share it. So please hold tight.” Not having something “ready to share” implies rather a lot in regards to the game’s standing. Fans within the Twitter thread and within the ensuing ResetEra discussion board put up consider 2023 delay is probably going, though no such phrase has come from PlayStation but. Ragnarok remains to be listed as a 2022 game on the God of War web page.

4 years in the past, God of War (2018) launched! We’re grateful to all of you who joined Kratos and Atreus on their journey, and we’re so pleased with the workforce who labored to carry it to life.

While we’re not able to share an update about what comes subsequent, right here’s a fast message from Cory! pic.twitter.com/Z5PHpKQppY

— Santa Monica Studio – God of War Ragnarök (@SonySantaMonica) April 20, 2022

Should a delay occur, it wouldn’t be the primary. Kratos voice actor Christopher Judge revealed that surgical procedures pushed the game from 2021 to this yr. Even so, Ragnarok isn’t the one God of War challenge within the works. An Amazon Prime Video collection was in negotiations as of final month.