God of War Ragnarok Release Date of November 2022 All but Confirmed


God of War Ragnarok‘s release date is all but confirmed to be November 2022. Amidst a sea of delayed titles, many of which have been pushed back to a vague “2023” with no day or month given, Sony Santa Monica is still on course with its next blockbuster title. With many fans no doubt holding their breath and waiting for concrete confirmation that the hotly-anticipated sequel will indeed be launching this year, news of the November 2022 release date period will be cause for celebration.

God of War Ragnarok November 2022 release date report

God of War Ragnarok’s release date of November 2022 has been all but confirmed by Bloomberg, an outlet with a famously accurate gaming division. According to the report, “three people familiar with the game’s development” have confirmed the November target.

News of the 2022 release will please those worried by the rumors of a delay. Those rumors were fuelled by reports of a supposed release date of September 30 being changed to December 31 at some retailers.

The November 2022 release date is expected to be officially confirmed later this month, though this could be brought forward following this leak.

Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier tweeted out the report:

Schreier does note that “video game development is turbulent and the game could very well slip again,” so it’s important to consider unforeseen delays when planning your time off for November!

A November release could see God of War Ragnarok going toe-to-toe with a Bethesda game, with the Elder Scrolls developer overtly fond of its November 11 (11/11) launches. That would certainly see titans clashing at the end of the year.

In other PlayStation news, The Last of Us multiplayer is apparently a major part of Sony’s live service efforts. The Saints Row Boss Factory demo is now live on PS5, Xbox, and PC. Here’s a round-up of everything that was announced for PlayStation during the Summer Game Fest 2022.

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