E3 2021 recently wrapped up, which means that nearly all major publishers in the industry have, by now, confirmed major details on what they have planned for the rest of the year. Of course, Sony was, for the third year in a row, missing from E3 (although everyone was missing last year), which means that their plans for the remainder of 2021 are still somewhat shrouded in mystery.
Reports and speculation about a summer State of Play have been doing the rounds for the last couple of weeks, unsurprisingly, but if it does happen, what can we expect to see there? One that that might end up being shown off is God of War: Ragnarok (or whatever Sony chooses to call the game). That’s according to Xbox Era’s @Shpeshal_Nick on Twitter, who recently claimed that the next God of War game’s gameplay debut is being planned for the rumoured Sony show.
@Shpeshal_Nick has a solid track record with leaks, including with Sony-related news, but even so, seeing as this is a rumour about an event that itself is, at this stage, a rumour, it’s best to take it with a grain of salt for now. Here’s hoping it’s true though. The insider recently also broke the story on a single player standalone Ghost of Tsushima expansion supposedly due out later this year, which might also get announced at that rumoured Sony event.
I’m being told we’ll see our first gameplay of the new God of War at Sony’s show too. Will be exciting to see.
— Nick (@Shpeshal_Nick) June 26, 2021