Will The God of War: Ragnarok End Us All? Here’s What We Know So Far

The sequel to 2018’s God of War, God of War: Ragnarok, will be released for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 sometime in 2022. 

Continuing the Norse saga that began with God of War in 2018, God of War: Ragnarok finds Kratos and (a now-adolescent) Atreus fighting for their lives as Ragnarok or the end of the world approaches.  And if you want more games to explore, CasinoVibez has a lot to offer. 

Even though we haven’t had much information regarding the upcoming God of War game since its announcement in September 2020. A teaser published in September 2021 gave us a glimpse of gameplay and cinematics. There is a good chance that we may learn more about the upcoming release date in the following months.

The Final Release Dates

At the game’s announcement, there was concern that God of War: Ragnarok might be delayed because Sony had not included it in their plans for 2021. According to an interview with Hermen Hulst on PlayStation Blog in June 2021, the sequel has been delayed to 2022 in order to give Sony Santa Monica’s team more time following disruptions caused by a pandemic. 

God of War: Ragnarok will be released on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 sometime this 2022, after being postponed from its original 2021 release date.  

Assuming all goes according to plan, God of War: Ragnarok should arrive in the latter part of 2022. According to the PlayStation database, God of War: Ragnarok is scheduled to be released on September 30, 2022. 

Because it is close to the Christmas season and falls on a Friday, which usually is when games are launched, this would be a reasonable assumption. On the other hand, the release date is most likely a placeholder, but it’s encouraging nonetheless. 

First Postponement

Christopher Judge’s health issues caused the first postponement of God of War: Ragnarok, as he disclosed on Twitter. Kratos’ actor, Judge, thanked Santa Monica and Sony for adjusting for him. Even said, Sony’s next major revelation and the date it’s scheduled for might to postpone the release of God of War: Ragnarok, so fans should keep their hopes high when it comes to the game’s release. After the reveal, there are no guarantees it won’t be postponed another time. 

It’s the COVID-19 epidemic that has had the most impact on daily life and the workplace. The gaming business has been particularly hard-hit by the economic downturn, which has had a negative effect on many other industries. 

As a result, delays in video games have been the norm since late 2019. God of War: Ragnarok’s subsequent delays are not a certainty, but possible. In 2022, if God of War: Ragnarok doesn’t come out, it will be a considerable loss.

God of War revealed that Faye, Kratos’ wife and the mother of Atreus, was a Giant named Laufey near the game’s conclusion. As a result, Atreus obtains a new name: Loki, which signifies he is half-God and half-Giant. In Norse mythology, Loki is the god of mischief. 

If God of War: Ragnarok reveals more about Faye’s hidden history and why she kept it a secret, we’ll be all the better for it. We’re also hoping that Atreus will use Loki’s legendary shape-shifting skills to his advantage rather than remain a passive observer. 

Final Thoughts

The God of War sequel might pick up right where the first game left off, but we’d rather see how a young Atreus and his father Kratos fare on an expedition with this new adventure, and we’ll see more about Kratos’ current family.

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