Is God of War: Ragnarok Finished? Suspicious Updates From Developers

Sony Santa Monica’s artist Ruben Morales has suggested that God of War: Ragnarok is well underway – or even finished!



PlayStation users are eager to find out more about God of War: Ragnarok, the sequel to Kratos and Atreus’ new northern adventure, which Sony Santa Monica is hoping will enchant players in the same way as the first instalment. The studio has confirmed a 2022 release date, but could it be closer than we think?

Judging by a recent Twitter post by Ruben Morales, lead artist on Santa Monica’s new game, it seems so. The developer writes that his daughter loves playing Ragnarok, but since he can’t show a video of the game, he shares a video of himself playing the first part of the game.

Santa Monica is reportedly already polishing the final details.

What’s so striking about all this? Without having much new information on the matter, the fact that there is already a playable version of the title that the developer can take home for his own daughter to try out indicates that development may be at an advanced stage. Some media outlets even claim that it could even be finished, and the studio is finalising the details, but for now, caution is advised, as even big blockbusters need time to polish up to offer a hit version.

Another sign that Ragnarok is in the final stages of development is that Christopher Judge, who plays Kratos, and Ryan Hurst, Thor’s voice actor, have both recently shared messages about the game, saying that they’ve been working on the voice acting and can’t wait for people to see the results.

Until we are informed of a specific release date, all we know is that God of War: Ragnarok will arrive sometime in 2022 for PS4 and PS5. It’s one of the most anticipated games for Sony console users, and according to the latest information, there shouldn’t be any further delays until release.

Source: Twitter

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