According to a new report from Bloomberg, God of War Ragnarok is internally slated to release on a date in November 2022. This information is said to stem from three different anonymous sources that are familiar with the game's development. And while this report made clear that these plans could change in the coming months, it verifies that fans shouldn't be nervous about Ragnarok not meeting its 2022 launch window that Sony has committed to for the better part of the past year.
Despite widespread rumors, Sony's God of War Ragnarok was not delayed to 2023, according to people familiar with the project. Video game development is turbulent and the game could very well slip again, but as of this week, it's planned for November https://t.co/q0ppGquJng— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) June 10, 2022
To know that God of War Ragnarok is still on track to release this year is comforting, but the thing we still don't know is when PlayStation will opt to share more about the game. As mentioned, we haven't heard anything about the title in a substantial manner dating back to September 2021. It seems likely that Santa Monica Studio will reveal more details about the game soon, but with PlayStation not holding a new event of its own any time soon (at least that we know of), this lingering silence could continue for a bit longer.
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