A few days after its launch, God of War Ragnarok is already rolling out a fairly large new update. Here’s everything it brings and what changes.
Available since November 9, 2022, God of War Ragnarok will enjoy the same following as other PS5 and PS4 exclusives. The sequel to the adventures of Kratos and Atreus received its 2.02 patch last night and we prefer to warn in advance: no, it does not contain the long-awaited photo mode.
New update for God of War Ragnarok
New routine update for God of War Ragnarok. A week after its launch, the game has just rolled out a fairly substantial new patch in terms of weight, but which on paper only brings its share of adjustments. On the program, bug fixes galore, especially on PS4 and especially for the first fight. The most significant addition concerns the arrival of audio dubbing in Polish, unavailable when the game is launched. Here is more in detail what changes:
Update 2.02 Patch Notes
- Several adjustments
- Stability and performance
- Addressed a rare crash that could occur at the end of the first boss fight.
- Fixed a crash that could appear randomly during gameplay (already fixed for PS5)
- Fixed a crash related to using the Platinum Wireless Headset Already (already fixed for PS5)
- Added Polish language audio support for players who purchased the game in physical form in Poland. (not applicable for PS5). Be sure that God of War Ragnarok is completely installed from disk or network and the game has been updated to version 2.02 before enabling the Polish language in the settings. Otherwise there will be no Polish audio or subtitles in the game.
We remind you that a future update will add the photo mode to the game. However, Santa Monica Studio did not specify when budding photographers will be able to capture the most beautiful panoramas of God of War Ragnarok.