God of Conflict: Ragnarok has been rated for launch in a single nation, suggesting that the long-awaited motion sport stays on monitor for launch later this yr.
Nibel on Twitter noticed a ranking from Korea’s scores board for Ragnarok. It does not embody any details about the sport, however receiving a ranking suggests the sport is properly superior in growth. The sport has not been rated to this point within the US by the ESRB, nevertheless it’s not unusual for scores to emerge in different international locations first, as was the case for Mafia II’s definitive version, amongst others.
God of Conflict: Ragnarok was initially set for launch in 2021, however Kratos actor Christopher Choose suffered an damage that delayed manufacturing. The sport is now on faucet for launch this yr throughout PS4 and PS5, although a selected launch date hasn’t been introduced but. The sport will face rather less competitors this yr within the first-party race, as Microsoft and Bethesda’s Starfield has been delayed to 2023.
Some individuals proceed to consider that Ragnarok shall be delayed to 2023, however the sport’s animation director mentioned earlier this yr that Ragnarok stays on schedule to launch in 2022. Developer Cory Barlog gave an replace on Raganrok earlier this yr, saying everybody on the workforce is “heads-down, laborious at work” on the undertaking.
“We’re perfectionists,” Barlog mentioned, including that he hopes to have the ability to share extra updates and insights into Ragnarok as quickly as attainable. “We do not wish to maintain any of this again. So please, maintain tight–know that one thing cool is coming.”
For extra, take a look at GameSpot’s roundup of all the pieces we find out about God of Conflict Ragnarok, which is the ultimate entry within the God of Conflict Norse saga.
In different information, Sony only recently introduced that 2018’s God of Conflict moved 971,000 items and made $26.2 million in income on PC as of March 2022. For extra, take a look at what we’re hoping to see from PlayStation at Not-E3 this yr.
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