The release of God of War: Ragnarök, the ninth installment of this popular saga of adventures and third-person fighting, is delayed again and will be released in 2022 due to health problems of Christopher Judge, the actor who plays Kratos. , the main character of the game.
After Santa Monica Studios announced this new delay without giving more details during the celebration of the last PlayStation Showcase and when everyone blamed it on the problems of these times of pandemic, it was Judge himself who has revealed to through social networks that if the game is not yet on the market it had been “my fault”.
“In August 2019 I couldn’t walk, I had to undergo back surgery, replacement of both hips and another knee surgery, after which a long rehabilitation process awaited me,” the Californian actor pointed out via Twitter. , 56, who plays Kratos in motion and voice capture since the last God of War that was released in 2018.
In addition, he has praised Santa Mónica Studios, a company that “should give us hope” for the “elegance” shown when it comes to “keeping quiet, not airing problems and blaming no one.”
“Each and every one of them works for God of War, they leave their soul in every image in the game. I want to thank them from the bottom of my heart that they have allowed me to be part of this family and that they continue to let me ‘play’ under Kratos’ skin ”, he concludes.
God of War: Ragnarök is the ninth installment of this mythical video game saga and the second and last set in Norse mythology (a sequel to the last God of War of 2018), in which Kratos and his son Atreus will explore and confront the mysteries and dangers of the myths of Ragnarök.
Kratos and Atreus must travel to each of the nine kingdoms in search of answers to prepare for the prophesied battle that will mean the end of the world and in which they will face the forces of Asgard.
Throughout their adventure, they will explore incredible mythological landscapes, gather allies from the nine kingdoms, and confront towering enemies that look like monsters and Norse gods, having to choose, as the threat of Ragnarök looms, between the safety of his family and that of the kingdoms.
Developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Santa Mónica Studio, under the direction of Cory Barlog, this new “God of War” was announced in September 2020 and was originally planned to be one of the world’s major releases of this game. anus.
But it will finally go on sale in 2022, although the followers of Kratos’ adventures can be gaining their mouths with the trailer that the American company released on September 9, and that today has also seen the light for the first time dubbed into Spanish.