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God Of War Ragnarok: When It Expected To Arrive On Next-Gen?

The Playstation’s recent reveal was much more of a wave of happiness as the gamers around the world got familiar with the prices. But that’s not the deal as there are many other wonderful strings for those who had expectations from the event. The gameplays of many games teased at the event, but a teaser made the breakthrough as God of War’s next edition will be on the cards.

God of War Ragnarok

God of War 5 teaser which displayed that Raganorok is coming pointed to the arrival of Thor. The God of Thunder already made his appearance in the first installment of the initial reboot of the franchise after Kratos killed his brother Baldur and he wants to seek revenge from him. However, his arrival was imminent and the teaser just confirmed that the next edition will focus on Thor and probably Odin.

Expected Release Date

The next-gen PlayStation arriving in November and God of War 5 projected for a 2021 release. But there are many specualions made through the 2021 release and many of them indicating for a mid-2021 release. So that will be the expected release date of the game next installment in the franchise.

Platforms

The game will only be available for next-gen consoles and Playstation 4 could not be considered for its release. So if you are planning to play God of War 5 on Playstation 4 then you might have some change of plans as upgrade is necessary.

What To Expect?

The concept of the next God of War is crystal clear as the game will be in the lanes of Norse Mythology. Likes of Thor and Odin could be up against Kratos and there will be more trouble for him. As predicted next edition of God of War will be the best amongst the franchise and it will likely happen.

SARTHAK GAUR
SARTHAK GAUR
I am Sarthak from nation's capital, since childhood, I am a huge geek of video games and technology, I like to follow all the latest trends and explore more about them and like to write about it in the brief description here at Nation Editions

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