God of War Ragnarok delayed to 2022: Here’s why



PlayStation players have been patiently waiting for the sequel to God of War (2018) since its release. The game was originally supposed to launch later this year, however, it has now been pushed back to next year. Read also – Sony PlayStation 5 India Restock: Coming on sale in June with the launch of Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

Game developer Santa Monica Studio announced the delay via a tweet, citing the ongoing pandemic as the reason for the delay. Read also – PlayStation 5 pre-orders today: When, where and how to book the PS5 Standard Edition in India?

Although the release has been moved to next year, there is still some good news for gamers. Earlier it was said that the game will be a PlayStation 5 exclusive. However, it is now being proposed to launch as a cross-generational game for PS consoles. This means that it will be made available to Playstation 4 Also, Hermann Holst, President of PlayStation Studios, confirmed the development in a blog post on the official PlayStation Blog.

away from God of WarSanta Monica Studio is also currently developing Sony’s flagship game Horizon Forbidden West, which has also been affected by the ongoing pandemic. However, Hulst confirmed that the company will be able to launch Horizon this holiday season as planned.

God of War: Ragnarok

The next God of War is expected to be called Ragnarok and will be the ninth installment in the God of War series. During this game, we will get an expansion into the Norse world, which was introduced in the previous installment. The game will follow Kratos and his son (Atres), who have traveled from the realm of Greek mythology to the Norse realm, where Odin reigns supreme. They will be stuck inside the impending Ragnarok, which will mark the end of the days of the Norse gods. Ragnarok started to move after the events of the last match.







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