Here's everything we know about the future situation of Kratos to avoid the apocalypse.
God of War was one of the most popular releases of the PlayStation 4, revitalizing a series that many had written for the annals of AA anonymity.
So it's no surprise that the exclusive title for PlayStation is receiving a sequel, which is currently known as God of War: Ragnarok.
At this point we don't know if this is the official title or just a placeholder, but anyone who made it to the endgame 2018 will know that fimbulwinter is coming. And anyone who understands Norse mythology knows that fimbulwinter precedes Ragnarok, also known as the apocalypse.
We assume we will be helping Kratos to stop the apocalypse, but you never know with him. O Santa Monica Studio wasn't afraid to bend established Norse mythology to suit its own ends in the first game, so we're sure this time it also has some surprises up its sleeve.
With doom looming on the horizon, God of War: Ragnarok (or whatever it ends up being called) is set to be a go-to game for fans of mythology, action-adventure games, and rude parents.
Here's everything we know about God of War Ragnarok so far:
GOD OF WAR: RAGNAROK RELEASE DATE
God of War: Ragnarok will be released in 2021 . Unfortunately we don't know much more than that, but we'll likely hear more soon.
It seems likely that Horizon: Forbidden West will release before God of War: Ragnarok, which suggests the Nordic adventure could be released over the holiday period as long as it's not delayed.
We expect more information around E3 and Summer Games Fest - although Sony is creating its own show rather than appearing at any of these events.
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You can watch the trailer for God of War: Ragnarok here:
So far, this teaser is the only glimpse we've seen of the upcoming game, but we'll keep this page updated with the latest trailers as they come out.
GOD OF WAR: FIGHTING PS4
Although the announcement of Ragnarok was included at the end of the showcase of PS5 da Sony, the developer David Jaffe seems to think the game will incorporate a cross-gen release, saying, "I'm sure the next God of War will be the PS4 e PS5 , Of course it will.”
It's important to note that while Jaffe is known for his work on the first two games God of War, he is not confirmed to work on the Ragnarok.
He also clarified his position in a tweet subsequent, saying, "I can't imagine [God of War: Ragnarok] not being made for both [PS4 and PS5], and I'd be surprised if it didn't release on both. ”
So far, it is not confirmed whether God of War: Ragnarok will be an exclusive PS5.
GOD OF WAR: PS5 UPDATE
In the meantime, God of War (2018) received a next-gen update earlier this year that lets you jump around with Kratos at 60 frames per second, even at 4K resolution.
If you're lucky enough to get your hands on one of the golden powder consoles, playing God of War on PS5 seems like the perfect way to pass the time until Ragnarok comes out.
That's all you need to know about God of War: Ragnarok, at least for a while.