The expectation of God of War Ragnarok has reached the point of late fever. Over the past four weeks, we’ve seen delays due to rumors of a release date, everything has been thrown in for good with some social media postings of Sony Santa Monica’s Corey Barlog – God of War News Machine is looking like a wack-a-mole cabinet of late. It’s all a little confusing, so here’s a brief timeline to catch you.
Before the start of Summer Game Fest, a well-known leaker teased that we could get a release date for the show. What actually happened was that a Twitter account sharing PSN database updates revealed that the God of War Ragnarok placeholder release date was moved from September 30 to December 31, causing panic.
Then we got the report (Opens in new tab) That next God of War game was entirely moving to next year, although a separate report (Opens in new tab) Make doubts about it soon. God of War Ragnarok has never appeared in a Summer Game Fest or PlayStation’s state-of-the-art stream, yet fans found some relief in the form of Bloomberg. (Opens in new tab) Reported that the game is on its way to release in November, the date coming in June will be revealed – the Beats are waiting until next year, right?
Sony Santa Monica, for its part, is taking all things in good humor. Corey Barlog, creator of God of War Ragnarok, returned from a three-month Twitter hiatus to shed light on conflicting reports. This prompted some fans to request updates, which led to a few more barlog jokes.
That brings us to the latest round of reports. There was some hope among fans that God of War Ragnarok would be revealed to us on June 30 as the new popular Liquor The Snitch. Posted (Opens in new tab) God of War with the caption “11110” gif. That number could translate into 30 in binary, so fans speculated that the news could be released on that date, which would be consistent with a Bloomberg report. The second Series Liquor (Opens in new tab) The fire was further fueled by the fact that the Revel would be slim, not including the trailer.
This revelation never happened on that date, Barlog Tweet suggests it won’t happen anyway. “Dear all,” Barlog Said (Opens in new tab)“If it’s up to me, I’ll share all the information when I find out. But it’s not in my hands. So please be patient. I promise things will be shared as soon as possible. We’ll make a game for you. You make us a game.” “
Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier has done the same Weighed (Opens in new tab)Sharing that June 30 appears Were At one point on the cards, though, he believes Barlog’s tweets paint a picture of those plans changing. Regardless, the game is still known to be planned for this year.
There is also a barlog Confirmed (Opens in new tab) That God of War Ragnarok was not too late to respond to a fan on Twitter. He then followed that tweet, which seems to be getting better:
A fan told Burlog that his luck was in jeopardy by telling him the release date – it’s his birthday – we can only imagine his live Twitter message right now:
Happy birthday, Jackson. I have told you the release date. Don’t tell anyone else. https://t.co/vyBh4TeR9jJune 30, 2022
It remains to be seen when we will learn the God of War Ragnarok release date, although marketing opportunities for the game are dwindling if plans continue to launch this year. Gamescom is not far off and dedicated online disclosures are becoming commonplace after the epidemic, although options are slowly running out.
More? Everything we know is here God of Ragnarok War If you want to stay in the loop.