Ragnarok studio urges fans to be less toxic

Sony Santa Monica has released a statement following fan harassment from its developers over the unannounced release date of the upcoming God of War: Ragnarok.

The statement was published on the developer’s official website Twitter account yesterday (June 2) and urge fans not to persecute team members. Although he shows appreciation and gratitude for the fan base, he states that “this passion should not be toxic or come at the expense of the dignity of a human being”.

“Let’s celebrate our community by treating each other, all players and developers, with respect.” This was posted with closed replies to circumvent any other harmful comments.

The post follows rumors about a Ragnarok the release date is announced in the near future, but Sony Santa Monica has not yet indicated a specific date. At the time of publication, the game is still slated for release in 2022 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Information on the title has been sparse since its trailer last September, which showed around three minutes of in-game footage.

However, it was reported in June that Ryan Hurst, who will play antagonist Thor in the game, had finished recording his lines for the game. progress of the project, it seems to suggest that the development of the game is progressing smoothly.

2018 God of the war the soft reboot was a commercial and critical success for Sony. It became one of PlayStation 4’s most beloved games and won numerous awards, including Game of the Year at the 2018 Game Awards. As of August 2021, the game had sold 19.5 million copies only on PlayStation 4, with a PC port. released in February.

In other news, Ubisoft is shutting down online services for 15 older titles.

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