God of War Ragnarok State of Play Not In May Or Anytime "Soon": Report

May 3, 2022

God of War Ragnarok is undoubtedly the most anticipated game of this year, but it seems like fans will have to wait a bit more to see more of it.

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After the massive success of the first game, Santa Monica Studios would be looking to replicate it in the sequel. However, it seems like there is some time to go for the game to get a release date.

God of War Ragnarok State of Play Not In May Or Anytime “Soon”: Report

According to reliable industry insider and Resetera user ashhong who has a pretty good track record, we will not be seeing God of War Ragnarok news anytime soon. Replying to a Resetera thread that speculates a God of War Ragnarok-focused State of Play at the end of May, the user states that it is “too soon” as per what they checked last. This suggests that we are not getting a God of War Ragnarok State of Play this month, or maybe next month as well.


Fans have been growing increasingly impatient over God of War Ragnarok, as PlayStation has been quite silent about it in the past few months. After a long wait, fans finally got some news a few days ago when Santa Monica Studios reiterated that the game is still coming this year, but the game is not ready to be shown at this point. However, the fact that the game is still coming this year is something fans were quite elated to hear, amidst growing concerns of a second delay.

While we might have to wait a while to see more of the game, from whatever we have seen so far the game does look pretty great from whatever we have seen so far. It remains to be seen when Sony reveals the release date of God of War Ragnarok.

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