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God of War Ragnarok Update 2.02 Patch Notes Are Here

God of War Ragnarok has just received an update 2.02 from Sony Santa Monica Studio. This patch appears to focus on some bug fixes in the game.

While God of War Ragnarok launched with a major update 2.0 which was also the day one patch, there were still some bugs that were left behind. Even if 100s of the issues were resolved before the game was even out, some pesky bugs still remained.

While this update doesn’t appear to add a Photo mode to the game, it does resolve some of the minor issues that have been reported by the players. The patch notes come directly from Sony Santa Monica Studio and mention the following fixes to the game.

God of War Ragnarok Update 2.02 Patch Notes

PS5 Specific

  • Service adjustments.

PS4 Specific

Stability and Performance

  • Fixed a rare crash that could occur at the end of the first boss fight.
    • Already fixed for PS5 in patch v02.01
  • Fixed a crash that could appear randomly during gameplay.
    • Already fixed for PS5 in patch v02.01 
  • Fixed a crash when using the Platinum Wireless Headset.
    • Issue not applicable for PS5. 

Polish Language Support

  • Added Polish language audio support for players that purchased the game on disc in Poland.
  • Note: Please ensure that the game is fully installed from the disc or network and patched to version 2.02 before enabling Polish language in the Speech Language settings.
    • If the game is not fully installed there will be no audio or subtitles for the in-game dialog.
    • To correct, please close the app and restart once the game is fully installed and the patch install is complete.

This patch appears to follow the PS5-focused update that launched earlier. It added support for the Polish language and resolved some crashes that were tied to a specific situation.

God of War Ragnarok is out now for PS4 and PS5.

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