Corey Barlog recently set an example for an ideal video game enthusiast. According to Ragnarok producer and director of God of War, people should participate in all kinds of sports from different platforms. The PlayStation spokesperson that promotes the Xbox and Nintendo Switch is amazing but also heartwarming.

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The battle between PlayStation and Xbox fans is not expected to end anytime soon. Both console brands are well-established with their unique range of offerings. However, it is always difficult for fans to leave their comfort zone in the PlayStation and enter the world of Xbox or vice versa.

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This is also true with the Nintendo Switch and PC. In fact, quarrels exist in all four user bases, with fans considering their favorite platform superior to others.

God of War Producer promotes the Xbox and Nintendo Switch

When a fan asked Barlog to show Ragnarok State of Play, he had a good answer. After a fan (jokingly) threatened to go on Xbox, Barlog urged him to play Xbox games. “Never limit your experience.” He added. Along with the Xbox, Barlog also advertised the PC and Nintendo Switch platforms.

The Nintendo Switch features some of the most iconic specials of all time, including the mainline Pokemon games, the original Mario franchise, The Legend of Zelda and more.

Xbox, on the other hand, has built some of the best games of all time, including Forza Horizon 5, Halo Infinite, Sea of ​​Thieves, Flight Simulator and more.

Barlog also saw ‘Fanboy-ing’ on Starfield, the upcoming PC and Xbox exclusive.

In the endless feud between console enthusiasts, it is a welcome idea for Barlog to urge fans to have different experiences. Breathing fresh air was his opinion.

Corey Barlog took the time to answer the expected fans

A much-hyped Bloomberg report earlier this month revealed plans to announce the release date of PlayStation Santa Monica Studios’ God of War Ragnarok in June. However, now that June is over, the report seems fictional.

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Afterwards, fans tagged Corey Barlog and others, demanding an explanation. Surprisingly, Barlog responded to many of them and appealed to fans to exercise restraint. “We make games for you. It’s because of you that we get to play games.” He added.

Barlog wished the fan a happy birthday, possibly giving him a release date as a gift.

The sequel to the God of War Ragnarok, 2018 title, currently in 2022, is likely to be released in November. A release date has not yet been announced which, as Barlog said, will happen as soon as possible.

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One of Barlog’s tweets (as shown above) also indicates that Ragnarok is on its way to release. So the game is expected to be less this year.

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What do you think of Barlog’s views on different platforms and experiences? Let us know in the comments!