God of War Ragnarök confirms release date with new trailer

God of War Ragnarok has revealed the release date in a brand new trailer.

The sequel to the franchise’s hugely popular and critically acclaimed 2018 entry, which served as a remodel of the series into a more character and exploration-focused experience, comes out on Nov 9

The short trailer contains no footage, just pure pre-rendered CGI, but it shows Kratos battling some enemies with the help of a more confident Atreus. It’s not much to go on, but it’s good to have confirmation that the game will be out this year after toxic fans harassed the developers over rumors of a delay.

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Pre-orders will go live on July 15th, and as you’d expect, there will be a huge number of different editions that you can buy with a variety of things ranging from in-game equipment and looks for the characters, to physical items like pins, dice and weapon replicas.

You can learn more about all the different versions and watch an unboxing video on the PlayStation Blog, but we note here that if you’re going for the standard PS4 edition of the game, you’ll have to pay to upgrade to the PS5 version. , unlike the other editions.

The story of God of War Ragnarok will focus on the titular catastrophic event, which Kratos and Atreus tried to prevent.

god of war ragnarok, kratos and son atreus take on a giant wolf in a snowy forest

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Meanwhile, Thor is sent to stop them, while former Witch of the Woods Freya is out for revenge after Kratos killed her son Baldur in the final game.

The fact that Atreus is supposed to be Loki will also play a part in the plot, as the duo will meet the Norse God of War, Týr.

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