Cory Barlog and David Jaffe discuss it on Twitter

Cory Barlog is back on Twitter, and seems to be heavier than ever!

For weeks now, on the net, we have been really talking about the release date of God of War Ragnarökamong those who are increasingly convinced of a referral of the new chapter of the series starring Kratos and Atreus next year and who is decidedly more positive about a launch of the title by the end of the current year.

And precisely in this situation, it is impossible not to report the curtain that was staged in that of Twitter right now, with the father of the series, David Scott Jaffwho posted a new twitter where he went to state that at the moment there is the fifty percent chance that the game will actually come out this year and the rest fifty percent that instead it is postponed to 2023.

Will God of War Ragnarök be postponed to 2023 or will it make it to the market in 2022?

And he replied to this tweet Cory Barlogdirector of the chapter released in 2018, who has activated his official profile again Twitter suggesting with some firmness how the exit date from God of War Ragnarök is not far off, avoiding the risk of postponing to next year.

In fact, below you will find the twitter shared by Jaffe:

“Remember my insider friend Sony saying God of War: Ragnarok was still slated for 2022? Well, another Sony insider friend of mine wrote to me today that there is no longer a precise location and that the release date is yet to be decided: maybe it will arrive this year, maybe not “

And the good guy responded to this message Barlog with a simple and concluded “wait, what?“, Suggesting that a postponement of the game’s release date to next year is not currently at risk.

At this point we just have to wait a few more weeks to find out if the report published by Jason Schreier corresponds or not to the truth of the facts, with the release date of Ragnarök which could be revealed later this month, scheduled for November 2022.