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‘God of War Ragnarok’ dev sparks hope for potential new trailer reveal as fans await release date announcement
Santa Monica Studio and PlayStation are still mum on the exact release date of “God of War Ragnarok.” But a recent Twitter post from one of the developers sparked hopes that, at least, a new trailer could be unveiled soon.
“God of War Ragnarok” is back in the headlines after Santa Monica Studio’s lead destruction artist Ruben Morales shared a video of his daughter playing the 2018 “God of War.” While the game seen in his post is an older title, the developer mentioned that his daughter “loves playing the new game,” which most fans assume is referring to “God of War Ragnarok.” Morales added that he cannot share the footage of her daughter playing the new game for obvious reasons.
^_^ she LOVES playing the new game. but since I can't show that footage. ill show her playing the last game ^_^ she loves watching the trailers so told her lets play today. pic.twitter.com/pse9xToUyS— rubenvoorhees1 (@rubenvoorhees1) April 9, 2022
The post from Morales has sparked a new round of speculations on the status of “God of War Ragnarok.” What is clear from the developer’s post is that the game is already playable. Some have interpreted it to mean that the game is already completed. But other fans, especially those doubtful that a delay is out of the question, pointed out that a game in a playable state does not necessarily mean it is finished. That is, technically, true since developers get to play different builds of a game throughout the development process.
However, the more optimistic fans are hoping that Morales’ post is an indication that they are, at least, getting a new “God of War Ragnarok” trailer soon. Considering other details about the game, Santa Monica Studio should be gearing up to unveil new teasers in the coming months.
God of War Ragnarök comes out this year.— Blue Owlz: Medic ⚡️ (@BlueOwlzMedic) March 24, 2022
The studio has previously announced that “God of War Ragnarok” is set for a 2022 launch. The lack of updates after PlayStation’s September 2021 showcase led to speculations that the game could be delayed. But that was recently debunked by a member of the Santa Monica Studio’s community and social team, who said last month that the game is coming out this year. In February, a Reddit user asked other fans if they think the game could slip into 2023, to which gaming journalist Jason Schreier responded, “Nope.”
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