Almost there: the release of God of War Ragnarok is approaching day after day, paving the way for one of the most anticipated sequels of the year.
The sequel to the title released in 2018 (which you can also find on Amazon at a really interesting price) will in fact land both on Sony’s current-gen console, ie PS5, and on PS4 starting from the next 9 November 2022 .
Now, after finding out how much the game will take up on your PS5 (spoiler, more space than you think), it’s time for more trivia and background on the game .
As also reported by PSU , God of War Ragnarok em> was about to be split into two distinct games in order to create a Norse saga trilogy.
God of War Spider-Man k will be the final chapter of the Norse saga that began with 2018’s God of War , but apparently it could have be quietly split into two titles, as the matter has been going on for quite a while within the Sony Santa Monica studios.
From a behind-the-scenes look at the game’s development, it emerged that how the team built the story of Ragnarok but discussing at length whether or not to make a trilogy .
“Whether the Norse saga was to be a trilogy or just two games was a topic we talked about a lot,” said screenwriter Rich Gaubery.
“Obviously there were pros and cons for both approaches. So we waited for Cory Barlog to speak out, and he did. And he said: ‘Let’s do it in two’. “
Senior narrative producer Ariel Angelotti then recounted how this made Ragnarok « bigger than we originally imagined. There are many important moments in history that we had to cover ».
Pending the game review, the epic Norse journey of Kratos and Atreus is about to hit the shelves with a new PS5 bundle.
Don’t forget to pre-order the new Ragnarok-themed DualSense controller, available in limited edition before it ends at GameStop.