God of war Ragnarok is coming this year

Sony Santa Monica developer offes yet another confirmation that God of War Ragnarok will release in 2022.

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CaptainHenry916587d ago

Can't wait. Sony has been delivering games this year

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SullysCigar587d ago ShowReplies(10)
SeTTriP586d ago

They've been delivering games right out the gate.

The media hates playstation but we love you.

Obscure_Observer586d ago ShowReplies(2)
Obscure_Observer586d ago

"I'm glad I hit a nerve"

You made me laugh, so I guess we both happy. XD

babadivad586d ago

I'll honestly pass on this one. The last one was boring to me.

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Lionsguard587d ago

I'm guessing a late November release in time for the holiday season.

Grilla586d ago

Sony usually avoids holiday releases. I’m thinking September.

Snakeeater25586d ago

More like December it’s not Sony’s call it’s the king time the devs take so … and delays is still on the table if it’s not ready. My guess is Q2 2023

Orchard587d ago

They said the same thing about HFW and delayed it a few months later. No employee is going to break rank and announce a delay on Twitter ahead of corporate.

I’ll wait and see - hopefully we’ll see a SoP dedicated to GoW shortly.

porkChop587d ago

It would be nice to see Ragnarok come out this year. A lot of people have been waiting for it. Sony has a history of pushing their holiday releases back, but Ragnarok was already delayed out of 2021. I'm not sure Sony would push it back again.

Silly gameAr586d ago (Edited 586d ago )

I hope GOW comes out very soon just to silence the delay "concern".


Do Sony have a history of pushing holiday games back? Damn, that's news to me. I know they have a history of not dumping everything they have during the holidays, and leaving us with nothing for the rest of the year.

porkChop586d ago

Yeah they often delay their holiday releases into the spring. I don't necessarily think there's anything wrong with that though.

Eonjay586d ago

Actually historically Sony doesn't release in holiday. The reason for that is because most of the big budget AAA multiplatform games release during holiday and, being the platform holder, they make 30% of all third party sales. So to them it doesn't make sense to have a first party sales canabilize a third party sale and/or vise versa. They rather get the third party sale revenue and then get the first party revenue when there is nothing major in the way. They can't get it right all the time however and thats why we had Horizon release the same month as Elden RIng.

Z501586d ago (Edited 586d ago )


"Immediately, one fact leaps out: Microsoft has a longer average interval to release than Sony, not shorter"


SeTTriP586d ago

GOW never released around the holidays to begin with, it was always apart of Sony spring releases April or May always.

--Onilink--586d ago

I would say its pretty damn common for Sony to push releases to January-February… not sure how that is new to you. I mean, the biggest release from Sony this year was a delay from an original target of late 2021 haha

porkChop585d ago


The time from announcement to release is an entirely different topic though. If you announce a game with no release date and then launch it 4 years later, it was never delayed. I was talking specifically about games with an announced holiday release date being delayed until the following year, it's very common.


Exactly. I don't know why everyone is acting like this is some crazy claim. Zero Dawn was delayed from holiday 2016 to February 2017. Forbidden West was delayed from holiday 2021. Ragnarok was delayed from holiday 2021. Days Gone was delayed multiple times, including from holiday 2018. It happens. It's not a big deal.

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Snakeeater25586d ago ShowReplies(1)
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Petebloodyonion586d ago (Edited 586d ago )

Glad to hear it but I can wait, the 1st one was a masterpiece so If the game needs a delay so be it, and if they can release it this year then the better.

Crows90586d ago

I don't really know if any rushed PlayStation games releasing before they're finished.