God of War: Ragnarok’s gameplay rumored to show at State of Play

We might see God God of War: Ragnarok’s gameplay at the next State of Play. At least that’s how the rumors go.

After PlayStation 4’s God of War’s massive success. It was obvious that a sequel will release. Which was also officially announced. Although this God of War sequel named God of War: Ragnarok was supposed to release in 2021 for the PlayStation 5. The game was delayed to next year.

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But on the plus side, God of War: Ragnarok will also come to the PlayStation 4. So PS4 users, your console still has power left in them. Since then we have not heard any updates about the game at all, making fans impatient and somewhat frustrated. Well considering the masterpiece the first God of War on the PS4 was. The reactions were expected.

We might finally see some God of War: Ragnarok gameplay footage soon. According to XboxEra’s Nick Baker, Sony at long last plans to unveil solid God of War: Ragnarok news, including gameplay at their coming State of Play.

This is great news especially for PlayStation fans, but there is no further info or source to back Nick’s statement. The wave of rumors and leaks being confirmed in the recent past. This might come true too. Nevertheless, I advise you to take this God of War: Ragnarok rumor with a grain of salt.

On the other hand, Sony has been quiet lately, even skipping E3. Hence, it is expected of them to show off big announcements and trailers.

God of War 2018 was an instant hit and loved almost by everyone on the planet. Especially due to its massive change in story-telling and gameplay. God Of War: Ragnarök will continue the story of Kratos and Atreus. Moreover, it is believed that the sequel will play out the most awaited battle between the father-son duo and Thor. The Thunder God himself. Additionally, Atreus becoming a playable character is on the cards too.

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