Updates: Santa Monica studio has shown very little God of War Ragnarok As much as possible ahead of release, so it’s a shame to see a game break street date and start leaking. Next, the developer has issued a statementRequesting fans to keep the story details with them. It adds that it is doing its best to “limit the exposure to unrestricted footage”, but acknowledges that it “can’t capture everything”.
The studio then suggests that players mute specific keywords or hashtags associated with the game by launch day. Obviously, it’s come to this, but it’s the way of the world we take for granted.
Origin Story: One stupid reviewer had already spoiled some sections of God of War Ragnarok earlier in the month, but now things are about to get really wild, as retailers start rolling out date street dates. Santa Monica Studios keeps its highly-anticipated sequel under wraps, and little is still known about the title — even two weeks before its release.
However, with the game now in the hands of consumers, it will be difficult to foresee some of the spoilers that will inevitably come up. Corey Barlog, Director of The Past God of wartook to Twitter To express his displeasure by citing the recent situation call of Duty Modern Warfare 2Which one? It only has 70MB of data on its Blu-ray,
Barlog continued: “Sorry everyone you have to dodge spoilers if you want to play the game anew. Totally f**king idiot you have to do this. Any of us at Santa Monica studios Didn’t want things to go away.”