In around three months, God of War: Ragnarok will make its hit debut. The game will only be available on the PS5 and PS4, and, according to the most recent information, the game’s creators and publishers have decided to delay the launches of their respective titles in order to avoid directly competing with Santa Monica Studio’s stance.
In 2022, Sony released a number of high-quality products onto the market, although the gaming industry did not appear to be concerned about the release of Gran Turismo 7 or Horizon Forbidden West. Due to the fact that God of War Ragnarok has the potential to be a very successful video game, the circumstances surrounding its release are going to be different from those of previous productions.
Tim Gettys corroborated the news that he spoke with developers and publishers who had made the decision not to release their products in the month of November in the Kinda Funny podcast. Some firms want to make room for Sony’s development, therefore they will release their titles on a different date than originally planned.
“We have arrived at a fascinating juncture when games are afraid of God of War Ragnarok. I had business conversations backstage with folks who revealed alarming information to me. Something along the lines of, “Hey, we’re backing out of this. We give the God of War some room to operate.
God of War Ragnarök might be so big, that games are moving out of their way!
— Kinda Funny (@KindaFunnyVids) August 9, 2022
Forspoken and Midnight Suns, among other titles, have been delayed to next year. Tim Gettys could not disclose the particular names of the titles, but it is important to keep in mind that some firms choose to postpone the debuts of their positions.
Skull and Bones (08/11), Tactics Ogre: Reborn (11/11), Valkyrie Elysium (11/11), Goat Simulator 3 (17/11), and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet (18/11) are just a few of the titles making their debuts in November.