God’s War: Ragnarok is coming, and you can expect it to land on PS5 and PS4 in 2022.
Sony dropped a teaser for the sequel to the Battle of God at the end of its PlayStation 5 showcase in 2020, confirming what we all hoped for: the return of Kratos and his son. Since the announcement, things have been very quiet around the Battle of God: solid details about Ragnarok and the long-awaited sequel are light, with a delay until 2021, confirmed by Sony in June 2021.
Although we have a little more time to wait, and details about God’s war sequel are rare on Earth, we do know that Is Is coming, and this Can Called Ragnarok. The name of a devastating series of events in the myths of Norse, which is suitable for a game where you are definitely going to be devastated and Killing the Norse gods. (Yes, this is also the name of a Miracle movie – and the name a Netflix series. That’s a good word, right?)
So, deviating from this path, we have gathered all the news and rumors about God’s war: Ragnarok here for your consideration. New PS5 game Along the way, too.
[Update: Sony has announced plans for a July State of Play but don’t expect to see any God of War news during it. Read on to find out more.]
God’s War: Ragnarok: What You Need to Know
- what’s this? Criticism is the result of God’s battle for credibility (2018)
- When can I play it? 2022
- What can I play it? PS5 and PS4
God’s War: The History of Ragnarok
God of War: Ragnarok is set to release on PS5 and PS4 in 2022, following a delay in its early 2021 release window.
Was already there Speculation Sony has not mentioned a sequel to its plans for 2021 since the game was announced, as Ragnarok could be delayed. Sony Santa Monica Studios released a statement on Twitter confirming the delay in June 2021. It’s not clear when we can expect a war with God in 2022: Ragnarok, but we’re hoping that Sony will give us an update later this year.
God’s War: Ragnarok Trailer
God of War: Ragnarok’s trailer dropped at the end of Sony’s live streaming event in September 2020, showing a short logo and the words “Ragnarok is coming”. This is the only trailer we’ve seen for the game to date. Check it out below:
God’s War: Ragnadark News and Rumors
Not in July’s state play, but what about August?
Sony has announced that its next state play will be on July 8, but you shouldn’t expect to see God’s War: Ragnrock during that time. Sony announced the series on a PlayStation Blog Post, Confirming that it will last 30 minutes with a focus on Deathlope, but it was clear that it would include “Next God of War, Ban on the Horizon West or the next generation of PlayStation VR.” I will not include updates. “
A small ray of hope comes at the end of this post, when God’s war and other topics will not be part of the current series, it says, “Stay fully in the summer, because we have more to come soon.” Will be updated. “
Sony sat at E3 2021, which means we had no chance to find out more about God of War: during the Ragnarok show, but it’s probably not entirely surprising that by 2022 Due to delays, the game will not be available during the July State Play. It was only announced in early June 2021.
The news comes after recent rumors that God’s War: Ragnadark will be part of Sony’s next state play, with back-to-back. Screen), Co-founder of Xbox Era.com and co-host of Xbox Era Podcast, tweeted that he was told that Sony had some good of war of the show: Ragnarok gameplay footage to the upcoming PlayStation State of Play Will show as part of the stream.
With this stream’s focus on third parties and indie releases, Sony has also been told to “stay tuned for the rest of the summer,” perhaps there’s a possibility we could still see God’s war: Ragnarok Will get its first-party focus on state-of-the-art streams. Before the season ends
A new rumor from Redditor Quim sex (through Wccftech) Definitely points to that. According to this link, PlayStation is planning a focused stream for August in the first part, during which we will finally learn more about the sequel to God’s War. It should, of course, be taken with a grain of salt. At the moment, Sony has not confirmed any post-August plans for its July PlayStation.
The creative director says it will launch ‘when it happens’
Good of War: After the absence of updates: Ragnarok during the PlayStation February 2021 Quality of playCorey Berlag, creative director of Santa Monica Studios, appears to have posted a tweet in response to those asking for updates on the game.
I don’t know who needs to hear this … (of course not me because I’ve never heard of it) but … when. This DONE.❤️ (Trust what is best for everyone) pic.twitter.com/DVE6hQ9BVAFebruary 25, 2021
Reading “When It’s Done, It’s Done”, Barlog’s tweet doesn’t directly mention God’s war: Ragnarok, but that’s what he seems to be referring to. The game still has a very wide release window for 2021, but there are rumors that it may be delayed and this tweet doesn’t clear them at all. But, as Berlog puts it, “trust me for what is best for everyone.”
Also coming on PS4
Herman Hollist, boss of PlayStation Studios, has confirmed that God’s War will come on PS4. In a ___ PlayStation Blog PostWhen asked how PS4 factors affect PlayStation Studios’ perspective, Hollist said:
“Where it makes sense to prepare titles for both the PS4 and PS5 – the Forbidden West of the Horizon, the next God of War, the GT7 – we’ll continue to look to that. And if PS4 owners play this game If they want to, they can. If they want to continue and play the PS5 version, that game will be for them. “
Earlier, God of War: Ragnarok was only confirmed for release on PS5.
Good of War: Ragnarok was briefly teased at the end of the PS5 showcase event on September 16, 2020, where Sony also announced the price and release date of the next Gen PS5 console.
Corey Berlag also turned his Twitter header into a Reddit Latin script – and his Twitter avatar into a picture of Snow. It shows that we are moving further north, and in the cold climbs …
As seen by گیمسدر, SEA Santa Monica Studios has published job listings for various roles on its programming, art, design and tech art teams – one list clearly mentioning the reboot of God’s War.
For applicants Senior Combat Designer “Must have knowledge of the God of War (2018) and be able to talk in depth about war systems, mechanics and enemies.”
A list for Character artist of facial expressions This role is also specifically mentioned for the “next-generation videogame platform experience”: something that reduces potential applicants to a relatively small number of dynamics, given that consoles The next generation has not yet begun.
God of War PS4 theme
In April 2019, a new dynamic theme appeared on PS4, which would mark the anniversary of the restoration of the reviving God. The theme features rows of Kratos and Atris, but there is a secret message in the subject (discovered by the eagle-eyed god of the forest fans) Reddit).
The pair are riding in this boat with their wrenches standing, which translates into English as “Ragnarok is coming” – which we now know is a beautiful official slogan for the sport.
There is no god of war DLC
Goodwill War Director Corey Barlog said there were actually plans for DLC for the 2018 reboot, but said they had been put on hold because they were “too ambitious”. This means that the studio can invest resources in a completely new game, as opposed to post-startup content.
God of War (2018) PS5 update
Waiting for God’s War: Ragnarok a little easier, Sony has released a Santa Monica God PS3 update Strengthens game resolution to 4K resolution while maintaining a target of 60fps. Hopefully this means that Ragnarok will continue the pleasant trend of hitting more PS5 games at 60fps, whether it means compromising or leaving the resolution a bit to achieve.
God’s War: Ragnarok: What We Want to See
[Warning: spoilers for the ending of God of War ahead.]
Exploring That More to come
At the end of God’s war, we learn that Caratus ‘wife (and Atrius’ mother) Fei was actually a giant named Luit. This means that Atreus is half God and half giant, and even more so, it has a completely different name: Loki. You know Lucy, a Norse myth.
Hopefully God’s War: Ragnarok will take a closer look and find out more about Faye’s secret past as well as why she kept it a secret. We are also hoping that Atrius will take with him his ability to change abilities, which is why Loki is notorious for shooting arrows at enemies rather than standing upright.
Atrius is no longer a boy
The God of War sequel may continue directly from the events of the previous game, but we think it will be more interesting to see how Atreus and the grumpy father Kratos put on a festival at a young age.