God of War Ragnarok doesn’t come out until about 2 more weeks. But with the launch near, spoilers for the game are starting to surface online. There are dedicated threads on sites like Reddit that are spoiling the major story details
Beware of God of War Ragnarok Story Spoilers
Reviewers and critics already have a hold of the game but the embargo lifts on November 3. It could be entirely possible that someone breaks the embargo and release clips or screenshots from the game that could spoil the entire storyline.
This is even happening right now. There are already reports that certain elements of the game such as visuals from various boss fights are already hovering on the internet. Also, the ending has reportedly been spoiled too. Although these leaks aren’t that popular as of yet they could soon be on your timelines.
It is better to avoid threads and forums that talk about GoW Ragnarok because they are where you’ll come across the most spoilers. Especially avoid Reddit threads that talk about the game because they are the biggest culprits.
While the game is near launch, it really doesn’t make any sense not to respect the NDA and spoil the game for everyone. God of War Ragnarok and allegedly the biggest and most awaited game of the year and to play it without knowing what to expect is an experience no one wants spoiled.
Known Details of GoW Ragnarok
God of War Ragnarok will conclude the Norse mythology plotline we’ve all grown to love over the years. Kratos and his son, Atreus will head out to stop the events of Ragnarok as the Fimbulwinter is almost over. For the first time, all 9 realms will be playable. We also get a good look at some of the returning and new characters including Freya and Tyr, the original God of War.
God of War Ragnarok launches on November 9, 2022, and is available to pre-order on both PlayStation 4 and 5. Also, November 2 has been set as the pre-load date so you are ready to go the moment it drops. You can check the game size here.
On that note, stay away from threads and posts that could potentially give you God of War Ragnarok spoilers. And have you already pre-ordered your copy? Let us know in the comments down below.