While some reputable insiders and trustworthy leakers were hinting at a possible State of Play in late June 2022 regarding a full showcase of God of War Ragnarok, it seems like Sony has changed its plans towards the game’s release date.
Earlier this month, Jason Schreier shared a new report on Bloomberg regarding the release date of God of War Ragnarok, claiming that his sources have confirmed that the game is still on track for a 2022 release and a release date announcement from Sony has been planned for later this month.
That being said, we are already at the final day of June 2022, and Sony has not announced anything regarding God of War Ragnarok so far. While it has already ignited some rumors around Ragnarok’s internal delay, Schreier still believes that the game can be launched this year.
In a recent tweet, Jason Schreier revealed that Sony had planned a showcase for God of War Ragnarok for June 30, but it has been pushed back internally, according to familiar sources. However, Schreier claimed that as far as his knowledge goes, the game has not been delayed yet.
One way or another, a delay in the release date announcement for God of War Ragnarok has already made fans worried about its possible delay to 2023.
God of War Ragnarok has the potential to become one of the greatest exclusive games for PS5, but launching it in 2022 and going head to head with Elden Ring at The Game Awards would be a risky choice by Sony if they are planning for another Game of the Year trophy.
On the other hand, Microsoft has already pushed back two major titles to 2023 and doesn’t have anything big coming out this year from its first-party studios, which lowers the pressure on Sony to release God of War Ragnarok this year.
Last but not least, if launching God of War Ragnarok in 2023 ensures a high-quality experience, then it’s probably the right decision to push it back until next year.
At the end of the day, it’s Sony’s call on whether to launch God of War Ragnarok in 2022 or 2023, but we will probably hear about the decision sooner rather than later.
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