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Director Who Worked On God Of War Teases Online That He May Be Already Playing Ragnarök

Cory Barlog, the director of God of War, has stated that he may be playing Ragnarök right now, implying that it will be released in 2022

Santa Monica Studio's highly anticipated sequel to 2018's God of War has already been postponed once, and whispers are spreading that it may happen again. Fans were introduced to a teaser clip featuring Kratos and Atreus in God of War Ragnarok in September of 2021. As predicted, time has passed since the conclusion of the first game, and Atreus is now older and more disciplined than he was before. The character growth and mutual understanding that Kratos and Atreus experienced at the end of PS4's God of War was one of the game's highlights. There will be a lot to discover in this planet, and big world events have caused game production to be considerably delayed throughout the world.


Cory Barlog, the first game's director and creative director at Santa Monica Studio, just uploaded an image of a PS5 controller on Twitter, leading fans to assume he's presently playing God of War Ragnarok. While Barlog has never confirmed that he will play Ragnarok, he has been known to tease fans on Twitter in the past, most recently sending GIFs in response to a rumor that the sequel might still be released in 2022. As a result, this recent tweet might be precisely what everyone thinks it is: Ragnarok is currently playable and will be released shortly. Barlog was the creative director of God of War Ragnarök for a while before handing over the reins to Eric Williams.


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The first game's level of detail is a good hint of how the new God of War Ragnarok plot will evolve. The plot will most certainly be another emotional rollercoaster for gamers as they go deeper into Atreus' existence, and there's no knowing what worlds may be explored. There will undoubtedly be some recognizable faces, but there will also be plenty of new ones to discover. The possibility that God of War Ragnarok is finally playable is wonderful news, but it's worth noting that Barlog has been known to "troll" his followers in the past, and this tweet might signify something completely different than what fans imagine.


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