God of War: Ragnarok is considered one of Sony’s most anticipated releases. The sequel to the 2018’s megahit was initially teased a couple of yr in the past, and we initially anticipated Ragnarok to launch someday this yr. Nonetheless, in June, Sony confirmed that the title was getting pushed to 2022. A number of components doubtless led to this delay, however Kratos’ voice actor Christopher Decide not too long ago took to Twitter claiming duty. 


In actuality, it is arduous to say that Decide was solely liable for Ragnarok’s delay. Voice actors do not know each element in a recreation’s manufacturing pipeline, and components similar to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic additionally doubtless performed a component in Sony’s rescheduling. Even so, it is attention-grabbing to listen to Decide’s perspective on the matter. We’re glad to listen to that he is doing higher nowadays. The actor introduced rather a lot to Kratos’ character, and we’re completely happy that he’ll be returning for Ragnarok. 

For extra on God of Battle: Ragnarok, you’ll want to learn our current interview with director Eric Williams, the place he talks about his vision for Thor and the way not having kids impacts his total design for the characters. Relating to Thor, Williams mentioned, “Marvel’s interpretation of him is one thing. It’s interesting. We wanted to, you know, go a little deeper into the mythology itself,” Williams says about Thor having a burlier physique sort. Being godly is all about presence, and whereas this model of Thor does not appear like a sculpted underwear mannequin, his traits of energy and depth are not any much less efficient. Williams additionally talks about folks he is aware of in actual life with an even bigger stature and the way that interprets into Thor: “They have a presence immediately. And it’s not always because of muscles. They’re just like that is a wall of a human being, you know. So this is a wall of a God, you know, and that’s why it was very important.”


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