God of War Ragnarok launch imminent as it has officially gone gold

God of War Ragnarok launch imminent as it has officially gone gold

God of War Ragnarok has officially gone gold, according to Santa Monica Studio, after spending years in development and being just a few weeks away from release. This business jargon basically denotes that the publisher has determined that the game is finished and is ready to be distributed or replicated onto CDs.

This is a significant step in the development of a game and often lets the community know that the game will probably release on time. If that’s the case, God of War Ragnarok will presumably be released on November 9, 2022.

The game has seen a few delays since it was first revealed in 2020 during the PlayStation 5 Showcase. The Norse realm voyage of Kratos and Atreus comes to an end in the game, although the franchise’s future is still unknown.

One of the most anticipated games of the year and one of the most popular PlayStation Studios titles for the next console generation is God of War Ragnarok. On November 9, 2022, the game will be released as a cross-gen title, making it playable on both PS4 and PS5.

Most significant merchants, including Flipkart, Amazon, Games The Shop, and others, presently accept pre-orders. Pre-orders for digital goods can be made on the PlayStation Store as well.

After 2018’s God of War, SMS’s speedy turnaround came as a complete surprise because sequels of this scope often take considerably longer than it has. The game, which was slated to debut in 2021, was revealed just two years after the release of the 2018 game. From the gameplay footage shown, it appears like Santa Monica has significantly improved both combat and traversal, and gamers will be able to see these changes in roughly a month.