One of the most eagerly anticipated PlayStation exclusives of the year is God of War: Ragnarok, the follow-up to God of War from 2018.
The action of God of War: Ragnarok begins a few years after the events of God of War, and it serves as the last chapter of the series’ Norse plot (2018). As they get ready for Ragnarok, the conflict that is said to destroy the world, we’ll be traveling with Kratos and a now-teenaged Atreus on their “trip to each of the Nine Realms in quest of answers.”
After a time of tense quiet around the game, the Santa Monica Studio team is finally starting to show us and talk to us more about it. Even the publication date, November 9, 2022, has been established, and the plot has been well-revealed.
At Gamescom Opening Night Live, Kratos was conspicuously absent. Sony said that it will miss the yearly gaming event and won’t be making any announcements or revealing any reveals for the remainder of Gamescom 2022. Watch this space later in the year for further information.
So, not much longer till we can play God of War: Ragnarok. You can learn all we currently know about God of War: Ragnarok, including its release date, all of its trailers, and information about its plot, by continuing to read if you want to know what to anticipate.