God of War Ragnarok Release Date Revealed

God of War Ragnarok Release Date Revealed

from Andrew Link
Sony has revealed the release date of God of War Ragnarok, which will be available exclusively on the Playstation 5 and Playstation 4.

Sony has announced a release date for God of War Ragnarök, developed at Santa Monica Studios. The title will be officially released on November 9th, 2022 for Playstation 5 and Playstation 4. The pre-orders for God of War Ragnarök are from July 15th. possible. There is also a new God of War Ragnarök “Father and Son” CG trailer. Furthermore, no details about the game and its content were revealed. In the end, that was the general strategy anyway – for a long time it was so quiet about the title that the 2022 release window was called into question.

Story information

What we know about the game so far: The events in God of War Ragnarök begin a few years after God of War (2018). During this time, a strong relationship of trust developed between the protagonist Kratos and his son Atreus. The latter is very curious and determined to protect his family in a conflict with the gods instead of standing idly by. His father Kratos, on the other hand, wants to protect him from the possible suffering that could be brought about by a god conflict.

See also  CoD Vanguard flop: Activision has finally understood that nobody is in the mood for WW2

The adversaries, two in number, with Freya and Thor, also play an important role in God of War Ragnarök. The former ally Freya wants revenge on Kratos for the death of her son Baldur at the end of God of War (2018) – enraged and with every weapon at her disposal. Thor also had to suffer severe losses with his sons and his half-brother, which is why his bloodthirstiness is directed against Kratos and Atreus. In any case, he is said to already hold the title of the most powerful Aesir god.

combat system

Details are also known about the future combat system. Combos as well as the mastery of elements and defensive tactics should belong to the repertoire of father Kratos and son Atreus. In the trailer, it can still be seen which creatures the player will be dealing with. Ultimately, in God of War (2018) you could only explore six of the nine realms, God of War allows Ragnarök to visit the remaining three – Vanaheim, Svartalfheim and Asgard.

Source: playstation blog