Recently, the well-networked industry insider Jason Schreier gave all-clearing regarding a release date to God of War: Ragnarök. He believes that the game is no longer moved to the year 2023. Other sources confirm his thesis. Another note is now through a dealer from Chile, which attracts with a supposed release date. But skepticism is attached.
- Dealer Listing to the God of War: Ragnarök Release
- This release period for God of War Ragnarök would be more likely
Dealer Listing to the God of War: Ragnarök Release
Who seems to know the release? The dealer Juegos Digital Chile has deposited on the product information page of God of War: Ragnarök a released date.
Accordingly, the title should appear in June 2022.
What does this mean for the release? Maybe it could be a pure placeholder. Considering that the other sources suggest a release in autumn 2022, the dealer could only want to generate attention here for his shop.
On the other hand, a summer release is not completely excluded. But Sony would soon announce another state of Play, which would turn around the second adventure of Kratos and Atreus. Finally, rumors came up by several well-known insiders that in March 2022 actually a state of play takes place on which the God of War Successor could be shown.
The last information collision to God of War: Ragnarök we got with this video:
This release period for God of War Ragnarök would be more likely
But much more likely is that God of War: Ragnarök later appears in 2022. In addition to Jason Schreier, there are other sources that are rather from a release on September 30, 2022. In the past, these sources have often proven the right riche in release data, while the Chilean dealer appears on the scene for the first time.
More news about God of War: Ragnarök at a glance:
- This PS5 in the waited God of War Look even makes Odin jealous
- God of War 2: Ragnarok takes a small but fine change to Atreus’ quiver
- Kratos is to blame that God of War: Ragnarok was postponed
But beware: The sources are more reliable than the dealer from Chile, but that does not mean that they are right with the release date. Thus, we have no choice but to wait.
Originally, God of was: Ragnarök already appeared in 2021, but had to be postponed to the coming year. The title appears for both PS4 and PS5.
Are you asked now: Which source would you rather trust?