According to several European sources, the release of God of War Ragnarök could not be maintained in 2022. In other words, we would still have to wait until next year for new adventures of Kratos, even if Sony has not yet formalized anything at subject of a new report.

If the schedule could have been kept from the start, many would have already played God of War Ragnarök on PlayStation 4 and 5. It was in fact in 2021, two years ago, that SIE Santa Monica Studio would have had to give birth to her new baby.

Santa Monica Studio/Sony Interactive Entertainment

In June 2021, the studio had communicated on a postponement to 2022, essential to guarantee “high quality play while preserving the safety and well-being” of the team. Most recently, back in April, creative director Cory Barlog called for patience for some God of War Ragnarök news . Shortly after, animation director Bruno Velazquez reassured a user by confirming that the game would be released in 2022.

God of War Ragnarök: the release date would have been changed on the PlayStation Network

Even closer to us, on Wednesday, the Gamereactor site published an article in which it is claimed that according to several European sources, God of War Ragnarök would have been postponed to 2023. Coincidence? Prior to the publication of this article, the PlayStation Game Size Twitter account indicated that the release date of God of War Ragnarök on the PlayStation Network had been changed. So far set for September 30, 2022, it would have been postponed to December 31 next. Either a date that is generally filled in to signify that nothing has been decided on the launch except the year.

On the side of Jason Schreier of Bloomberg, who spoke here on theResetEra Forums, we doubt this new delay because it would not have been rumored among insiders:

“It’s hard to prove a denial with certainty, but someone who would know directly just told me they haven’t heard anything about a slide to 2023, just like someone else who could know it indirectly” .

As the saying goes, “let’s wait and see”.