Last week, the Spanish website Game Reactor stated that God of War: Ragnarök would have been postponed to 2023. However, journalist Jason Schreier, from Bloomberg, tried to refute this news this Friday (10). According to his informants, the title is planned for November this year.

Schreier cites three sources, who asked not to be identified and with knowledge of the game's development, to support his report. According to him, Sony plans to reveal the game's release date in June.

Also according to the journalist, the game has already gone through some delays, “both public and internal”, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and “challenges related to production”. Even, the game was planned for September, but ended up postponed to November.

Schreier tried to speak with a Sony representative about the case, but got no response. Finally, the reporter points out that there is still scope for a new postponement, although at this time, the Japanese company's intention is to bring God of War: Ragnarök in the penultimate month of 2022.

Heads up! It's always worth noting that as this information didn't come directly from Sony, it's best to treat this article as a rumor. Despite this, Jason Schreier usually gets his predictions right, as happened with “Spartacus”, the new PS Plus.

Santa Monica reiterates God of War: Ragnarök's arrival for 2022

On some occasions, Sony and Santa Monica had to say that God of War: Ragnarök will arrive in 2022. The last time this happened was in April, when Bruno Velazquez, animation director at the Californian studio, used social media to reiterate the information.


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