God Of War: Ragnarök Developers Have More Big Projects In The Works?!

Now that God of War: Ragnarök has been released, Santa Monica Studio reveals what’s next and hints at more projects in development.



God of War: Ragnarök has been out for an entire week. Many may be curious to see what developer Santa Monica Studio will cook up next. The good news for those fans is that the studio has several projects in development, according to producer Cory Barlog.

Ragnarök, which debuted last week on November 9, has been met with almost universal acclaim, continuing the God of War series’ string of successes so far.

In an article in the Los Angeles Times about making their latest game, Barlog reportedly revealed that the Santa Monica Studio is “spread out on a lot of different things.” Unfortunately, however, they did not reveal any specifics about what those things might be.

Some rumours in the games industry have hinted at what the studio is working on. At the beginning of the year, job postings indicated that Santa Monica Studio was working on an unannounced “big” project. Barlog has also hinted at a new project of his own in the past. He was reportedly more concerned with that than directing Ragnarök. Beyond that, one can only speculate as to what the projects in question might be.

It is obvious that the developers could be planning the next instalment in the God of War series. Without going into spoiler territory, the completion of Ragnarök leaves the door open. The story may continue in some form after the Norse saga.

Considering how successful the game has been so far, it would be surprising if Santa Monica doesn’t return to the series in time.

The “many things” also may not be exclusive to Santa Monica’s projects. In addition to its internal development teams, the studio also has an incubation team. The latter has helped with AAA and indie games from other studios. Examples include Flower, Journey, The Unfinished Swan and The Order: 1886, so there are plenty of possibilities for what and who Santa Monica Studio can work on now that God of War: Ragnarök is behind them.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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