Kratos’ voice actor, Christopher Choose, says he’s the rationale why God of Conflict: Ragnarok was delayed. In a tweet, Choose writes that he wanted a number of surgical procedures in 2019 and that God of Conflict developer Sony Santa Monica studios delayed the sport so he might get well and proceed voicing video video games’ favourite problematic dad.

Choose goes on to reward Sony Santa Monica for its dedication and compassion, saying, “Everyone involved in the GofW franchise puts their hearts and souls in every frame you see.”

2018’s God of Conflict was a continuation of the seminal PlayStation hack ‘n slash franchise but a stark departure from the previous games’ rage-filled hyper-violence. In it, Kratos is older, wiser, however not essentially kinder, as he navigates being a father to his younger son Atreus. Christopher Choose gained recognition for his position as Kratos, along with his fixed growling of the phrase “Boy,” now synonymous with the character and a well-liked meme.

Sony teased Ragnarok, the follow-up to God of Conflict, final yr with a 2021 launch date. Nevertheless, in June of this yr, Sony Santa Monica introduced it had determined to delay the sport into 2022. The delay wasn’t significantly stunning because the COVID-19 pandemic triggered a number of video games slated for a 2021 launch to be postponed. However in keeping with Choose, it appears the pandemic may not have been the rationale for Ragnarok’s new launch date.

“Sony Santa Monica has never said a word about the delay, and what caused it,” Judge writes. “Studios are assholes, but this company, from top to bottom, should give us hope.”

Choose started his Twitter thread after God Of Conflict gained IGN’s “Best Video Game of All Time” competitors, beating out GTA V for the honour. The competitors itself was noteworthy if just for its means to upset almost each member of the video gaming public with extremely questionable matchup outcomes. I don’t know the way the nigh-undisputed masterpiece Chrono Set off misplaced to *checks notes* Burnout 3: Takedown, nevertheless it did, and we, as a species, are worse for it.

Choose closed his thread with an anecdote about how he virtually stop God of Conflict completely when he realized long-time God of Conflict director Cory Balrog wouldn’t be directing Ragnarok. When Balrog requested him to belief him and Ragnarok’s new director Eric Williams, Choose agreed.

“Update, Eric Williams is a motherfuckin’ beast!!!” Choose writes.


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