God of War Ragnarok: Everything we know so far

will officially be released on November 9, 2022

– Freya - Danielle Bisutti  – Thor - Ryan Hurst – Odin - Richard Schiff – Angrboda - Laya Haye – Tyr - Ben Prendergast – Mimir - Alastair Duncan – Sindri - Adam Harrington – Brok - Robert Craighead  – Durlin - Usman Ally


God of War Ragnarok made its debut at the 2021 PS5 showcase with a brief and cryptic teaser trailer.  

God of War made its game director Cory Barlog internet famous, but for the new game Eric Williams is taking on the role. He's worked on the God of War series since 2004, and explained to GamesRadar+ want his new position means for the series in a recent interview.  

"Staying true to what we did last time, it's keeping the father-son relationship moving," explains Williams. "It doesn't just stop, like, 'oh, we finished this for mom, we're good.' No, like, there's a lot more that goes on in life, and it continues moving forward."  

"Last time, it was one kid with a lot of adults talking. This is like, well, there are some different perspectives. We're gonna see it from a kid's perspective in the world, figuring things out that they thought were black and white, or maybe much more gray, and a lot more family dynamics." 

No, God of War Ragnarok isn't a PS5 exclusive, but it is PlayStation exclusive. In an interview on the PlayStation Blog, PlayStation Studios head Hermen Hulst confirmed that the next God of War game is releasing on PS4 as well as PS5, making it a cross-gen release.