God of War Ragnarök has been rated in South Korea
As spotted by Twitter user The_Marmolade, the country’s Game Rating and Administration Committee has given the game its highest possible rating, which it defines as “youths not allowed”. A South Korean rating doesn’t necessarily mean the game’s release is imminent, but it does give some hope that despite still not having a release date, it may still be on track for its promised 2022 release window. For comparison, Horizon Forbidden West [124 articles]" href="https://www.
South Korean’s rating notes (as translated by VGC) says the game’s 18 certificate is down to the following factors: In April, developer Sony Interactive Entertainment [2,238 articles]" href="https://www. In the video, Barlog – who revealed last September that he wasn’t returning to direct Ragnarök – addressed a lack of updates on the game.
“Speaking of God of War Ragnarök, the elephant in the room… We haven’t said a lot about this – that’s because everybody is heads down, hard at work,” he said. The video led to some concern that the God of War Ragnarök release date could have slipped from its promised 2022 window.
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