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God of War Ragnarok Internal Release Date Updated To Reflect A Possible Delay

The internal release date for God of War Ragnarok has been changed from September 30 to December 31, implying a possible delay. As with all PSN preorders for games that don’t have a concrete release date, December 31 is usually set as a place-holder release date for titles that have yet to receive a release date.

According to PlayStation Game Size on Twitter, the new December 31 release date could imply a delay to the Q4 release window for God of War Ragnarok. Previously, the game had an internal release date of September 30, which falls outside of the Q4 period. It would appear that Santa Monica Studios has delayed God of War Ragnarok by a few months in order to release in a more polished state.

PlayStation Game Size further stated that the possible release date ought to fall somewhere between October and November 2022. They clarified that this does not imply a 2023 release.

Santa Monica Studio’s God of War Ragnarok is an upcoming action-adventure game in the popular God of War series. It is officially set to arrive sometime in the remainder of 2022 for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles. It will be the ninth entry in the series, and the sequel to God of War, which was released in 2018. The game is set in ancient Scandinavia, featuring Kratos and his adolescent son Atreus as the protagonists, and is loosely based on Norse mythology.

Three years after the events of the last game, Fimbulwinter, a tremendous winter spanning three summers, is coming to an end, signalling the start of the foretold Ragnarök. Kratos and his adolescent son Atreus go on a journey through the nine worlds in search of a way to halt Ragnarök while also hoping to find the truth about Atreus’ true nature as Loki. Their adventure will take them to Tr, the Norse God of War, who was thought to be dead. Thor, the Norse God of Thunder, and Freya, an ally-turned-enemy who seeks vengeance for the murder of her son Baldur, will be at odds with them.

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