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God of War Ragnarok: the release date would, in fact, have been advanced

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Tweets about the release date of the long-awaited God of War Ragnarok are circulating at the moment. And, as mentioned, the release date would have actually been brought forward.

Apparently, the date now set for God of War Ragnarok would not have been the first choice. Indeed, if we rely on a deleted tweet from PlayStation, relayed by a number of users, the Santa Monica game had apparently first targeted another day, a little further away in time.

An advanced date?

So, as mentioned in an image published then deleted by PlayStation or a trailer replayed by othersthe new God of War was to be released first on Friday, November 11. But, as you know, this is no longer the case since the title has just taken appointment for a few days earlier this week.

Obviously, this date of November 11, 2022 did not go unnoticed and raised a lot of questions. Some people thought, like Comic Books, that it would be a gesture towards Starfield which was supposed to be released on this famous day and which was finally postponed to 2023. But well, that’s more of a speculation. Others even claim that it was simply a typo – which is unlikely – or that the Wednesday in question was chosen on purpose to refer to the god Odin, whose presence in the future game should not fail to be noticed.

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In short, all this will remain a mystery. And honestly, it doesn’t really matter… Now that we know the release date, players have only one thing in mind: to finally get their hands on a game that is particularly awaited, if not the most awaited by the community. And some smart guys have understood this and are not hesitating to take advantage of the wave to make huge offers for the collector’s editions in particular.

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