Sony’s “God of War” sequel has been postponed to 2022, and it sounds like the game will enter PS4 along with PS5.
God of War: Ragnarok According to last year’s news, it was originally scheduled to be released on PS5 in 2021.
Today, Herman Hulst, head of PlayStation Studios, said in an interview with PS Blog that the game has been postponed to 2022.
“So we currently have two very large, very narrative-driven games in development: Horizon Ban West and the next God of War,” Hulst said.
“For these two people, frankly speaking, they are influenced by performance capture and talent. For Horizon, we think we are expected to release this holiday. But this is not yet certain, and we are doing our best to confirm this to you as soon as possible. .
“For “God of War”, this project started a bit later. So we decided to postpone this game until next year to ensure that Santa Monica Studios can provide the amazing God of War game we all want to play.
“With these things, we have to pay some. This can’t be the quality of our champions, and it certainly won’t be the health or well-being of our outstanding team.”
Sony’s Santa Monica studio supported Hulst’s comments on Twitter with the following news:
-Santa Monica Studio is hiring (@SonySantaMonica) June 2 2021
According to the tweet, the delay is to ensure that the team can provide “high-quality games” while maintaining the safety and well-being of its partners, family, and team.
“God of War: Ragnarok” was announced for PS5, and Sony has not yet determined whether it will also work for PS4. However, according to Hulst, it sounds like it will definitely enter the console.
Hulst said in an interview that “you can’t build a community with more than 110 million PS4 users and then leave it”, and when “it makes sense to develop a game for PS4 and PS5,” the team will study it.
“Developing a game for PS4 and PS5-Forbidden West for the horizon, the next God of War, GT7-we will continue to research,” Hulst said. “If PS4 owners want to play that game, then they can. If they want to continue playing the PS5 version, that game will be prepared for them.
“That said, having PS5 showcases is also very important, so we developed Returnal and Ratchet, which are unique to PS5.”
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