God Of War: Ragnarok Release Delayed To 2022, Game Confirmed For PS4 And PS5
Sony has confirmed a delayed release date for God of War: Ragnarok, doubling its claim that the game will be cross-genre. The games revealed nothing more than a logo and not its title, which had not convinced many that it would launch this year. But when Sony unveiled the game it also announced an ambitious release window for 2021.
PlayStation Studios CEO Herman Hulst suggested in the official PlayStation podcast that the launch of the God Of War: Ragnarok was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has made it difficult to access talent for performance recording. In an interview with the PlayStation Blog, the head of Sony Santa Monica Studios said the studio’s developers were affected by limited access to specialized technology and motion capture equipment. Hulst cited the ongoing COVID pandemic as the reason for the delay in the podcast.
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GTA 5 is at this time a game of the 7th generation, Fortnite exists on earlier genes and will also exist on Switch. However, Jak & Daxter and Silent Hill 2 are not far behind other graphically improved games from older games. Since God of War is such a popular game on the PS4, it’s good news that Sony isn’t looking to put out a sequel for the PS5 exclusive.
Now it has been confirmed in a PlayStation blog post that the game will be released in PS4 and PS5 versions. Shuman confirmed to fans looking for a next-gen experience that Horizon: Forbidden in the West, God of War 2, and Gran Turismo 7 are cross-gene titles that are released on PS4 / PS5.
“Which makes sense to develop a title for Horizon: Forbidden West, the next God of War, Gran Turismo 7 – also, we will continue to do so for PS4 and PS5. If PS4 owners want to go back and play the PS5 version of the game, they can. Three of the 25 games currently being developed by PlayStation Studios are new IPs, Hulst said.
Ragnarok,” which fans call “God of War: Ragnarok,” though it has no official name yet, has been postponed to an unspecified date in 2022. News of the delay was announced by PlayStation Studios CEO Herman Hulst on Sony Santa Monica’s Twitter account. He also confirmed that a sequel to “Gods of War” is in development for PS4 and PS5 and will be released exclusively for the next generation.
Ragnarok has been pushed back to 2022. “I’m not sure when we’re going to work on it, but we’ll confirm it as soon as possible,” he said. Forbidden in the West’s release date, suggesting it won’t launch during the Christmas period.
The game was originally announced for next year but has now been released a year later. Developer Guerrilla Games also revealed that they will share an update on the release date of Horizon: Forbidden West.
The new god of the war game still has no final name and has never set a release date, but after its teaser was released last year, many expected the game to hit the market sometime in 2021. The developers confirmed on Twitter that the game will now be released in 2022, missing its original 2021 release window.
The story of the game will change when the aging protagonist Kratos is confronted with Ragnarok, the biggest apocalyptic disaster since the next sequel in 2005. The god of war is one of the hallmarks of Sony’s games, and gamers will certainly have high expectations for the next entry.