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God of War Ragnarok May Launch Later, but Still This Year [UPDATED]

Recently, the buzz around God of War Ragnarok has been growing. Officially we know only that the game is being created, but further leaks indicate that its debut may take place later this year.

UPDATE: As reported by Gamereactor, citing European sources, God of War Ragnarok may have been delayed to 2023. This has not been commented in any way by Sony Santa Monica studio, same as previous rumors. The information is also doubted by Jason Schreier, who referred to them on Resetera.

As previously reported, South Korea has rated God of War Ragnarok, and that pre-orders for the game's gadgets and mascots are now available at one online retailer. Twitter profile PlayStation Game Size, which analyses the source code of PlayStation Store, has just found information suggesting the game's release later this year.

God of War Ragnarok could debut in late 2022

Developers from Santa Monica Studio ensure that God of War Ragnarok will hit store shelves later this year, but at the moment there are no official details. From the data retrieved by PlayStation Game Size, however, it seems that the game could be released between October and December.

God of War Ragnarok May Launch Later, but Still This Year [UPDATED] - picture #1

The date shown in PlayStation Store's code is only indicative and has been changed from 30 September to 31 December, but we can still think that Sony is aiming for the release of their hit in the last quarter of this year. Delaying God of War Ragnarok may also have something to do with the release of the remake of The Last of Us, rumors about which suggest it will launchright after the holidays.

Next gen update files for Resident Evil 2, 3 and 4 have also appeared on PlayStation Store

But wait, there's more, as PlayStation Game Size also found update files for remakes of Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil 7. In March this year, Capcom announced that the games will get native versions for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles, which will support ray tracing, among other things. Apparently, we will soon be able to download the appropriate patches, and we may hear the details during the Capcom Showcase on June 13.

  1. God of War Ragnarok - official website
  2. Capcom - official website
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