Kratos is returning to PlayStation 5 sooner than expected! The Sony Santa Monica Studios team announced the sequel to God of War as part of the PlayStation Showcase. The game will be available in stores exclusively for PS5 as early as 2021. However, many details cannot be found in the first teaser. The story will probably revolve around Ragnarök. The voice of Kratos can already be heard in the video.
The PlayStation Showcase ended with a real highlight. The Santa Monica Studios team announced a sequel to God of War. The first teaser included the words "Ragnarök is coming". The voice of Kratos can also be heard briefly in the video. However, Sony did not reveal many details. The sequel should be released exclusively for PlayStation 5 as early as 2021.
After the series' successful reboot for PlayStation 4 in 2018, it's no great surprise that Santa Monica is working on a sequel. However, the early release of the title is surprising. As a result, it shouldn't take too long before we can expect more details about the new God of War. There has been speculation for a long time about a Ragnarök-focused game that should follow directly on to its predecessor. We will keep you up to date with new information.
The God of War sequel wasn't the only highlight of the broadcast. After a long wait, Sony has now announced the price and release of the PlayStation 5. In Europe, the next-gen console will appear in stores on November 19, 2020. The standard model costs 499 euros, the digital edition is already available for 399 euros. Other highlights include the unveiling of Final Fantasy 16 and the first gameplay material for PS5 titles such as Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Demon's Souls.
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