God of War Ragnarok and Starfield are undoubtedly the two most anticipated exclusives , respectively, by PlayStation and Xbox fans, but by a curious coincidence it seems that this is not the only aspect that unites the two great productions.
In the past few hours, the launch date of God of War Ragnarok (which you can book at the minimum guaranteed price on Amazon), on which the team of Santa Monica Studio admitted that they thought for a long time
If many fans have in fact said they are convinced that it is the launch date that hides important clues for the story, what seems decidedly curious is that, perhaps, Sony would initially have foreseen a different day one for Kratos’ latest adventure.
As reported by ComicBook.com , PlayStation would have let slip that the initially planned launch date was not supposed to be November 9, but November 11 : the same date as the launch of Starfield was originally planned.
Unlike Bethesda’s production, postponed to next year and of which some fans are already convinced they have discovered the date, the release of God of War Ragnarok would therefore have been anticipated. a few days , but it certainly appears curious how 11 November represented a date « to avoid » for both titles.
The indiscretion emerged thanks to Sony itself, who accidentally posted a on social media trailer of God of War Ragnarok which indicated November 11 as day one: the tweets were then promptly deleted , but not before the followers managed to save the video that we will propose again below.
I got the video, they should know we move quick on drops like this, Sony playing games out here pic.twitter.com/S8P4CP4xVC
– Matt Boucher (@ Trash_Gamer143) July 15, 2022
November 11 would have been in line with previous PlayStation game launches on a Friday, but in the end the developers decided to release it on Wednesday of the same week.
Wednesday is in fact considered the « day of Odin » and is therefore a decidedly more symbolic and appropriate date for the launch of Kratos’ latest adventure: in any case , the fact that both God of War Ragnarok and Starfield had to give up on the same date is a funny coincidence.
We remind you that thanks to the opening of the pre-orders we have been able to find out what will be the performance of GoW Ragnarok on PS5, however those who wanted to book the editions limited could be disappointed: the Jotnar Edition already cost over 1000 euros due to the touts.