God of War: Ragnarok is an action-adventure game developed by SIE Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony.
It takes place a few years after the events of God of War (2018) and serves as a conclusion to the series’ Norse saga.
Director Eric Williams says that giving players more defensive options is another way the upcoming sequel will allow for more player choice and freedom in combat and progression.
Some more new details on SIE Santa Monica Studio's highly anticipated sequel.
Game director Eric Williams says the upcoming sequel will bring back some of "the greatest hits of things" that its predecessor "didn't get to."
Cory Barlog says a single story spanning three games over roughly fifteen years would have been "too stretched out."
Sony revealed a surprising number of narrative details about God of War: Ragnarok, which might give us various clues about where the story is headed.
Hrist and Gna will be appearing while Odin's Einherjar also seemingly join the conflict against Kratos when Ragnarok arrives next year.
Don't expect every realm in God of War: Ragnarok's world to be completely frozen over- but do expect to see plenty of that in Midgard.
God of War: Ragnarok will give players a lot more tools to use during combat, and enemies, at the same time, will be more challenging as well.
Narrative director Matt Sophos confirms that the entire game will be a single camera shot from beginning to end, just like the 2018 instalment.
Familiar faces like Kratos, Atreus, and Freya, and new characters like Thor, Tyr, Angrboda, and more are shown off in new artwork.
Sony has finally lifted the lid on God of War: Ragnarok, revealing several new details- here's everything you need to know.
The upcoming sequel will be the conclusion to the Norse saga of God of War, suggesting that the series could move on to new mythologies next.
Bear McCreary, who also composed God of War (2018)'s music, has confirmed that he'll be returning for God of War: Ragnarok.
Several new details on the game's combat, world, story, and more have also been revealed.
After all this time, Sony has confirmed that the next God of War game is indeed called God of War: Ragnarok, and showed plenty of new gameplay.
God of War creator David Jaffe has said in a new video that based on what he's heard, the next God of War game will be around 40 hours long.
It's been claimed that at the upcoming PlayStation event on September 9, we'll get out first look at the unnamed God of War sequel.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan seemingly suggests in a new interview that the next God of War title might be out around Summer of 2022.
Horizon Forbidden West will also receive more trailers and a release date this Summer according to an insider on Reddit.
Though a Sony event has yet to be announced, a new rumour claims that whenever it happens, it will feature the gameplay debut of the next God of War game.
The recent God of War: Ragnarok announcements sparked vile and abusive comments from some, leading to director Cory Barlog speaking out.
As was Guerrilla Games' Horizon Forbidden West- although the decision to make Gran Turismo 7 was allegedly only recently made.
The title has been pushed back to ensure that Sony Santa Monica can "deliver the amazing God of War game that we all want to play."
Sony clears up some recent confusion and confirms that an official title for the upcoming sequel is still yet to be confirmed.
Giants, gods, heroes, and more- there's more than a few mythological figures that Kratos could come up against.
Director Cory Balrog says to "trust that it's what's best for everyone."
There's a very good chance that the sequel is going to be delayed into next year.
Beau Anthony Jimenez has also worked on games like Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Destiny 2, and more.
The SIE CEO and president currently has little to say on the matter.
Here's how the sequel can outdo even its excellent predecessor.
Kratos kindly asks that you prepare yourself.
Next-gen won't require developers to "go back to square one," as per Cory Barlog.
Unsurprisingly, it seems like recent rumour of an imminent reveal are false.
SIE Santa Monica Studio looking to staff up- probably for a God of War sequel.