Rumors are wrong, ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ will be released on November 9th

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Last updated on November 26th, 2022 at 03:13 pm

God of War: Ragnarok was rumored to be delayed by the alleged insider leakers . From September 30 to the end of December, there were rumors of a release next year, but the rumors were just rumors.

Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has announced the release date of God of War: Ragnarok’s new cinematic trailer ‘Father and Son’ on the 6th. The game’s release date is November 9th. This video briefly captures Kratos from danger and Atreus, who appears wonderfully to rescue him. After that, the release date was officially confirmed with the number ‘11.09.2022’.


One of PlayStation Studios’ most anticipated games, God of War: Ragnarok, is only expected to release within 2022 after delaying its release date once. Accordingly, last year, rumors circulated through data mining on September 30th, and in June, additional rumors spread that the release date was delayed to December 31st.

Since then, there have been rumors that people who claim to be insiders will announce the game’s release in 2023, and that the release date announcement itself will be delayed. The developer, Santa Monica Studio, said in a statement that they understand the passion for more information, but that passion should not compromise the dignity of others, and respect gamers and developers.

God of War: Ragnarok
Rumors are wrong, ‘God of War Ragnarok’ will be released on November 9th

Meanwhile, on the same day, Santa Monica Studios also released a limited-edition unspoken video of art director Rafael Grassetti and Thor’s motion capture actor and voice actor Ryan Hurst. In addition to games, steel cases, and in-game content items, the limited edition contains 16-inch Mjolnir replicas, enhancing the collectible value. Unlike the Collector’s Edition, the Jotun Edition includes additional merchandise, such as a cloth map of Yggdrasil and a vinyl record with a soundtrack.

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God of War: Ragnarok is the sequel to 2018’s ‘God of War’, which moved to Northern Europe. The previous game was recorded as a successful game, both critically and at the box office, showing the fastest sales trend among PS4 releases and being selected as the best game of the year by many media outlets. As a result, the sequel was also selected as the most anticipated work of the PlayStation Studio.

The game will be released for PS4 and PS5 on November 9th.

[00:58 added] SIEK released product information including detailed privileges and editions for each version along with the release date announcement. God of War: Ragnarok Jotun Edition is sold for 288,000 won, Collector’s Edition 228,000 won, Deluxe Edition 89,800 won, PS5 Standard Edition 79,800 won, PS4 Standard Edition 69,800 won. Information for each edition can be found in the image below.

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