After long weeks of rumours, God of War Ragnarok finally holds its release date. Contrary to what the rumors of the hallway suggested, the appointment is fixed for the beginning of November. And yet Santa Monica Studio has visibly advanced the release date.
God of War Ragnarok advanced to avoid Starfield
Hide this trailer that I can’t see. After weeks of rumors and toxicity from a few “fans”, God of War Ragnarök has finally revealed its release date in broad daylight. Players will be able to reunite with Kratos and Atreus on November 9th, but it seems Sony originally had a different date in mind. The Japanese firm has in fact inadvertently posted a trailer suggesting that its release has been brought forward by a few days. If the video was quickly deleted, some Internet users hastened to repost it, revealing that God of War Ragnarok almost took the place of Starfield.
The PlayStation exclusive was obviously due out on November 11, when Starfield would also have been launched if it had not been pushed back to 2023. Some fans also believe that the choice of a Wednesday is not trivial, since it is the day dedicated to Odin in Norse mythology. For his part, journalist Jason Schreier puts forward a logistical constraint more than anything else, even if the vagueness remains. In any case, fans will be able to get their hands on the game a few days before.