According to PlayStation Game Size via Twitter, the release date of God of War: Ragnarok has leaked thanks to the PlayStation Store database.
PlayStation Game Size is a trusted source that constantly monitors the PlayStation store database, thus providing information on the release date of games and the amount of disk space required. Recently, the same source provided, inter alia, information about the size of Horizon Forbidden West – more information can be found at this link.
🚨 According To Playstation Database , God of War Ragnarök Coming September 30th 2022
🟨 Maybe it's Just Place-Holder !
— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) December 27, 2021
According to the leak, God of War: Ragnarok is not expected to debut until September 30, 2022, the last day of the third quarter. Let us remind here that the continuation of the adventures of Kratos and Atreus was originally supposed to appear on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in 2021. However, Santa Monica Studios was forced to postpone the release date due to the coronavirus pandemic and back surgery that Christopher Judge underwent, lending Kratos in the English language version.
As we can read in the tweet itself, the given date may only turn out to be a placeholder, i.e. an initial temporary date. Many people say that the developers will not make it and God of War: Ragnarok will not hit the shelves until next year. Well, hopefully, these are just skeptical concerns, but not the truth.
The 2018 episode was received incredibly warmly by gamers, and many consider it one of the best games of the previous generation. If you don’t own a PlayStation 4 or 5, you will be able to check out the game on PC starting in January – and it’s really worth catching up. This is only confirmed by the review by Paweł Winiarski, in which he awarded the production of Santa Monica Studios with a 10/10 score. In the text we can read:
10/10. Yes, I give the new God of War the maximum rating. Just like 2 years ago, on the occasion of the premiere of Uncharted 4, I think that the new adventures of Kratos are a reason to buy a PlayStation 4. […] I had a great time with the new God of War and in some time I will repeat this adventure, trying to focus even more on the flavors and details prepared by the creators. Fantastic return of one of my favorite heroes, it was definitely worth the wait.
The Ragnarok action takes place about 3 years after the events of the 2018 edition. The older Atreus will have to accept his destiny and go on an incredibly long and dangerous journey with his father Kratos, meeting personalities such as Thor, Týr, and Freja along the way. So it’s worth waiting for, although hopefully, we won’t have to do it for too long.