Players are finding it difficult to think that any new information will be released soon, given that PlayStation has yet to announce any new State of Play events to discuss Ragnarok, despite Cory Barlog and company hyping fans about the much-anticipated sequel releasing later this year.
God of War: Ragnarok Launch
Tom Henderson, an industry insider, claims that PlayStation and Santa Monica Studio may not be planning a full-scale event for God of War Ragnarok. Fans should keep an eye out for something from the studio tomorrow, though.
Henderson teased fans with more details about the sequel that might surface tomorrow in a recent Twitter discussion. Fans of God of War have long been told to expect something on June 30 due to reports of a brand-new State of Play event.
However, Henderson thinks that the creators won’t go above and above and that fans should merely anticipate reading a blog post with some much-needed information. As a result, it’s possible that the developers won’t release any of the gameplay videos for which fans have been clamoring for months.
About the Release Date
However, based on the blog post, it appears that fans will learn the crucial God of War Ragnarok release date. Henderson also hinted that Santa Monica Studio would release a collector’s edition including Kratos’ Leviathan Axe in his tweets and the movies that accompanied them.
Lastly, a different insider This week, The Snitch also shared a GIF with the message “ORDER,” hinting that players would be able to place pre-orders for the game as early as tomorrow.
The widely anticipated God of War game’s fans can look forward to an exciting day on June 30 even if it has been rumored that there won’t be any new video to feast their eyes on. They want to learn more about all the significant improvements to the game.