Jason Schreier has struck again, and he returns this time with a release window for God of War Ragnarök.
It’s been a few months since Sony mentioned its next big exclusive, we named God of War Ragnarok, otherwise we ignore the display of its accessibility parameters. In terms of gameplay or pure information about its release, it’s been dead calm for weeks. It is therefore with surprise that we learn today that the game may have found a release date.
It wasn’t during Summer Game Fest that it was announced, and in reality, none of it is official yet. It is Jason Schreier, journalist for Bloomberg, who relays this information to us via This article. In this report, the journalist seems to indicate that God of War Ragnarok is still scheduled for this year and that it would even be released in November 2022. A revelation that matches the idea that we had on the subject, although Sony has not confirmed anything.
Also according to the media, the game would have been postponed internally when it was originally scheduled for the month of September. Of course, that’s not counting the previous postponements, when the title should already have been available from the end of 2021. Only time will tell if Bloomberg was right.
No State of Play for God of War Ragnarök?
But if the game’s release date is so close – 5 months goes by quickly – why is Sony trying hard not to give any news? God of War Ragnarök is an extremely anticipated opus. In the same way as a Marvel production in the cinema, the firm therefore tries somehow not to advance too much on the stage of development of the game and create suspense at the same time.
It is therefore likely that we will not have new images for a few more weeks, but let’s hope that Sony will be able to be talkative during this season of video game announcements.