God of War Ragnarök is out this November – Release is finally confirmed

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Of: Jonas Dirkes

Finally, fans can be sure that God of War Ragnarök will be released later this year for the PS5. Sony’s gaming highlight will be released in November.

Hamburg – Now the cat is out of the bag. God of War Ragnarök will be released for the Sony PS5 in 2022, despite all the fans’ doubts. Santa Monica Studios confirmed this on Twitter with a GIF of Kratos and his son preparing for Ragnarök and the release date of the game: November 9th, 2022.

God of War Ragnarök: Fans were eagerly awaiting the release info

In the past few weeks, the internet has been buzzing about the release of God of War Ragnarök. Due to Sony’s secrecy, many no longer expected to see the title on the PS5 this year. Meanwhile, journalists like Jason Schreier stuck to their insider knowledge and asserted that God of War will be released this November and that an announcement is imminent.

This release announcement just didn’t come, and so emotions kept boiling up on social media. So much so that developer Santa Monica Studios had to ask for a little decency on Twitter. But now everyone seems to be able to love each other again. The insiders were right and the fans finally have a release for God of War Ragnarök – on September 9th Kratos’ new adventure will finally be available.

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God of War is out this November – release is finally confirmed © Sony

CG trailer for God of War Ragnarök makes you want to release the PS5 highlight

In addition to the information about the release of God of War Ragnarök in September, Sony also gave fans a little treat. For the long wait they had to endure before God of War Ragnarök’s release date was announced, they were treated to a 30-second CGI trailer for the PS5 highlight. It shows Kratos and Atreus obviously having to prepare for Ragnarök. That means in the small snippet above all snow, undead and a huge wolf.

The little teaser gets us in the mood for the new God of War in September. What do you think of the release in 2022 and the new moving material for God of War – do the scenes pull you in or do they rather leave you cold?