The great success that God of War PS4 has achieved is not an easy achievement to achieve. There are a lot of great struggles and risks that must be taken in order to create a reboot like this, including setting the storyline completely different and no longer focused on Greek mythology. With the confirmation of the sequel to the game at the PlayStation 5 Showcase last week, many fans are still wondering and very curious about the game’s announcement.
The fact that the game was announced via a short teaser without gameplay footage, but coupled with the release schedule in 2021, is a bit of a doubt, where many gamers predict that the game is announced too soon and it could end up being postponed. Maybe in reality it is according to their plan, because there are several factors that can support the God of War sequel to be released next year.
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First, the development of the God of War PS4 game itself took up to five years and the developer faced many tough challenges before they succeeded in concocting the game concept they wanted. If they have got a solid foundation from the first game, the sequel development time will be much faster than predicted. The second factor is also supported by the fact that many developers are very satisfied with the quality of the PlayStation 5 software, and how the game development process for the console feels much easier than the Xbox Series X.
Support from several of the factors above, especially seeing how the God of War PS4 game has been released since 2018, it is very realistic that the sequel is ready to be released next year. One thing that really makes us a little surprised is why Santa Monica only shows a short teaser as if the game is still in its early development stage, but they may want to take advantage of other Showcase events in the future to provide more spotlight on God of War: Ragnarok.
So like the information above, God of War: Ragnarok itself is ready to be released for the PlayStation 5 in 2021.
Apart from the headlines in this article, the KotGa Crew also have an interesting discussion that you can watch in the video below.