God of War Ragnarok will release in November, according to a Bloomberg report. The game – which was tipped for a 2023 delay earlier this week, before being debunked – is seemingly still on track for its 2022 launch, albeit a little later than originally internally planned. According to sources “familiar” with the game’s development, creator Sony Santa Monica was looking at September, but will instead launch a couple of months later, in November. The Last of Us: Part I, announced overnight, will now fill that slot.
Excitingly, a release date announcement is expected later this month – potentially as part of some kind of State of Play livestream. It’s worth remembering that, while it very much seems like God of War Ragnarok is on track as of today, release dates can change due to unexpected circumstances. This is not a confirmation that the title will 100 per cent release in November, although it sounds like that’s very much the plan.
Sony, unsurprisingly, has yet to comment – but it seems like Ragnarok is hopefully near, readers! Who’s hyped?