Sony finally reveals launch date for God of War Ragnarok on PlayStation

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After years of waiting, God Of War Ragnarok finally has a launch date. Santa Monica Studio has unveiled a new cinematic trailer for the game and with it, the release date. Speculation was rife but we finally have an official date. The launch of the game is scheduled for November 9. The studio was supposed to release this information last week. But better late than never. The game will be available for pre-order on July 15. The game will be available for PS4 and PS5. Read also – From God of War to Naruto, here are the free Sony PlayStation Plus games for the month of June

The God of War Ragnarok cinematic trailer also gives a reveal of one of the big boss fights in the upcoming game and that will be Fenrir. Fenrir is a mythical creature from Norse mythology that also had a role to play in Ragnarok, according to mythology. In the cinematic trailer, we see new moves from Kratos and even Atreus has grown to almost his father’s height. He could also gain new power with Ragnarok closing in on him. Cory Barlog, the director of the next game has finally delivered on his promise to release the game before the end of this year. Also Read – Sony is Working to Bring God of War, Horizon Series to Amazon Prime, Netflix

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Spoilers for God of War (2018) ahead!

At the end of God of War (2018), we learn that Atreus is actually Loki, the god of mischief. However, it will be an interesting piece because in mythology, Fenrir is one of Loki’s children. The game follows its own storyline that draws from the original mythology while maintaining its originality. We also get a good look at new icy monsters emerging from the wild.

God of War Ragnarok will also pick up Kratos’ last encounter/dream where we see Odinson Thor for the first time in the God of War universe. We expect Thor to be one of the last boss fights in history.






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