The sequel to “God of War”, originally scheduled to be released on PS5 in 2021, has now been postponed to 2022.
Hermen Hulst, the head of PlayStation Studios, who is responsible for the development of first-party games, has previously disclosed a series of recent studio developments through the official PlayStation blog.
The most watched “God of War: Ragnarok” has been confirmed to be postponed until 2022. The development studio Santa Monica Studio simultaneously posted an announcement.
Horizon Forbidden West, which has the most recent news, still has the opportunity to be listed within this year, although it is not fully guaranteed.
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The relaunch sequel of “God of War” with the sub-label “Twilight of the Gods” was announced at the PS5 online press conference in 2019. It was expected to be launched on the PS5 platform in 2021, but it has now been confirmed. Because the project started a little later, it was postponed to 2022 On sale in the year.
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