GOD of War next part from Playstation has been delayed because of COVID-19 till 2022

The following God of War game has been pushed to 2022. The game, proposed for PS5, was initially intended to dispatch at some point in 2021. Head of PlayStation Studios Hermen Hulst affirmed the news in a post common on the PlayStation blog, saying “we’ve settled on the choice to push that game out to one year from now, to guarantee that Santa Monica Studio can convey the stunning God of War game that we as a whole need to play.” We likewise educated today that a PS4 variant of the following God of War is being developed.

The studio posted a tweet affirming the deferral.

Where does this leave Sony’s other enormous spending single-player game, Horizon Forbidden West? Hulst says the group is probably anticipating an occasion 2021 delivery, however, the group will not make certain about a delivery date. He says that the advancement of both Horizon and God of War has been “influenced by admittance to execution catch and ability.”

While the information on God of War’s postponement and vulnerability encompassing the delivery window of the following Horizon title may be disillusioning, Hulst said something about staying away from smash at its studios. “With these things, something’s gotta give. It can’t be the nature of our titles, and it most likely will not be the soundness of the prosperity of our astonishing group.”

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