According to the Trophy data from the recently-released God of War Ragnarok, around a quarter of all players who bought the game have finished its main story. Caught by Push Square, the Trophy marking the completion of God of War Ragnarok‘s main story is sitting at a 24.8 percent completion rate.
It is worth noting that, historically, few players really finish games they’ve bought. This means that the 24.8 percent completion rate for a game that was released just two weeks ago is a good sign. We can also expect that completion rate to go higher as we get closer to the Holiday season where players will have more time to wrap up the games they enjoy.
Conversely, the Platinum Trophy has only been earned by around 3.9 percent of the game’s playerbase. Earning the Platinum Trophy entails earning every other Trophy available in the game; he Trophy itself is a marker for 100 percent completion of the game.
The number of Trophies available in God of War Ragnarok is unlikely to grow, as game director Eric Williams recently said that he “wouldn’t count” on post-launch DLC for the game.
God of War Ragnarok is available on PS4 and PS5. Check out our review for more details.