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God of War Ragnarok’s improvement cycle has been a bit murky. The sequel was already delayed as soon as as a consequence of Kratos voice actor Christopher Judge getting surgical procedure. That delay solely fanned the flames of hype, but it surely appears one other is likely to be on the horizon. At least one site has reported that Ragnarok will probably be delayed to subsequent 12 months.
GameReactor Spain reviews that “various European sources” have confirmed that God of War Ragnarok is being pushed again to 2023. This comes on prime of the game’s placeholder date being modified to December 31, as noticed by PlayStation Game Size on Twitter. It is essential to level out that PlayStation has stated nothing official a couple of delay right now, so the report is presently unconfirmed.
Additionally, different voices within the trade have had dissenting opinions on a possible delay. Analyst Robert Serrano replied to the tweet above, saying the game “is coming later this year.” Furthermore, Serrano claims the discharge date will probably be introduced imminently throughout Summer Game Fest. On ResetEra, video games journalist Jason Schreier stated a few of his sources “haven’t heard anything about a slip to 2023.”
The final we heard from the group at Sony Santa Monica, the sequel was “just not ready to be shown.” That’s in accordance with Santa Monica’s Cory Barlog. Despite that standing, Ragnarok animation director Bruno Velazquez despatched out a reassuring tweet that the game would nonetheless be “coming this year.” On prime of this, the game was not too long ago rated in South Korea — rankings typically proceed information a couple of game launch. Prior to this potential delay, a September launch date was predicted for the game. In the top, this leaves anybody excited for Ragnarok anxiously awaiting official phrase from Sony.
In the meantime, there’s greater than only a God of War game on the horizon. A TV sequence was in negotiation at Amazon Prime in March of this 12 months. Since then, the show was formally added to Amazon’s lineup.