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God of War: Ragnarök News Is Imminent, According to a Recent Leak

A recent, mysterious message appears to suggest that news on the God of War sequel is imminent, with fans frantically theorizing on what to expect.

A recent leak appears to hint at an upcoming reveal for the long-anticipated God of War: Ragnarök.

Notorious leaker The Snitch (@insider_WTF) on Twitter posted a mysterious gif that appears to tease an incoming reveal for the God of War sequel. The gif shows Kratos nodding as the numbers “1 1 1 1 0” slowly flash across the image. Fans immediately began dissecting the clue, debating whether it indicated the game would release on November 11 or sometime in January. Eventually, most seemed to conclude that the numbers point to the binary form of 30, which fans take to mean a God of War: Ragnarök reveal on June 30.

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Recent rumors suggest a new PlayStation State of Play will air sometime in the last week of June, which aligns nicely with the binary clue. However, the proposed November release date also fits with insider information released of late. Jason Schreier recently reported that the God of War sequel was set to launch sometime in November, with the official announcement set for the end of June. A State of Play reveal appears further confirmed by God of War Producer Cory Barlog, who recently tweeted a tease for fans eager for news. Barlog posted an image of Kratos alongside the caption, “Stay…calm, boy,” seemingly referencing the months of keen messages from fans seeking an update.

The producer recently commented on the lack of updates from the company regarding God of War: Ragnarök, claiming Santa Monica Studios was still hard at work on the title. “We are perfectionists,” Barlog said. “Everyone’s tightening up the graphics on level three, there is so much going on right now that I just wish that we could share with you, but it’s just not ready to be shown.” Although he did not give a release window for information, he promised fans they’d hear something as soon as the studio was ready to reveal it.

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The best indicator that the game is near completion came from voice actor Ryan Hurst, who plays Thor in the God of War series. In a recent interview, the actor revealed he had recently finished “the last tiny little bit of God of War for Thor.” It remains unclear what the status of other actors on the project is.

If the leak proves accurate, God of War Ragnarok is scheduled for release in November 2022 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Julia Anderson is the Lead Gaming News Editor for CBR. She is a life-long gamer and bookworm, spending most of her childhood either glued to a novel or the computer. As a teen, she found herself deeply embedded in the fanfiction community and discovered her talent for writing and editing. Since then, she’s run her own freelance writing and editing business, Anderson Wordsmith. When she isn’t reading or playing D&D, RPGs, or stealth-based games, Julia is usually found imitating old age: drinking herbal tea in her favorite chair, crocheting, and watching a Shakespeare or Jane Austen adaptation with her faithful dog, Ben.

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