Sony Santa Monica has revealed the official God of War Ragnarok product page, showing off new screenshots and key features for the game.
This games hype level is insane. Cannot wait!
Yup, first half of next year is gonna be awesome.
I just hope it lives up to it. I mean, we're going to be battling Freya, Thor and Odin in one game??
I have faith in Santa Monica Studios.
please please please release this in February, almost nothing in Feb 2022. /s :p
Horizon Forbidden West?..
sir/madam, you need sarcasm classes :D
Feb/March is going to kill my wallet, now elden ring moved there too ....
Just buy the 1 game each month and by the time you've finished them they'll be a sale on no doubt on the other games you want to play from the feb/March massive catalogue.
im hoping they space it some time in the 2nd half of 2022
It definitely will not be released in the first half so no worries. With HFW, GT7, and Forspoken all releasing in the first half it would screw up sales for those games.
What a trollish thing to say.
Next year is going to be unreal for PS5. Too much greatness.
@sammarshall102 Don't bother replying to that guy its a 3hr old new alt account from the same guy that was trolling a few weeks back. He's a clown just report him and ignore him.
Got to love Sony and the confidence they have in there first party games. They show screens and gameplay unlike other companies well in advance and they look great. This game will be incredible and sell like crazy. Cant wait.
Kratos skills will be tested like never before? Ha I've defeated all the Valkyries so Bring it!
I hope we get a similar product page for a PS5 version of God of War. That is the only thing bumming me out about the PC announcement. I am fine with exclusives dropping on PC once they have served their purpose on console, but I am gutted they are not releasing a upgraded PS5 version alongside the PC release. In respect of Ragnarok, I cannot wait to play that game!!
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