A God of War Ragnarok DLC expansion is obviously in the works, but it will still be some time before we see Kratos and Atreus back in action, as it isn’t releasing this year.
During a Twitch livestream, The Snitch, who proved to be very trustworthy when it pertains to computer game leakages, exposed that the expansion to the current entry in the series released last year is around 60% total however won’t be released this year. Additionally, it has actually been revealed that it’s not yet clear if it will be a correct DLC or a standalone growth.
While the credibility of The Snitch has been put into question just recently due to the leaker previously announcing they were made with leakages prior to making an unforeseen return, there’s an excellent possibility the God of War Ragnarok DLC expansion is indeed genuine, as the leaker revealed he was obstructed on X/Twitter by Cory Barlog himself on Discord following the expose.
While the news of more God of War Ragnarok material coming our method is welcome, in its current state, the video game is still one of the best action/adventure games released just recently and a fantastic conclusion to the Norse arc, as highlighted in our review.
God of War Ragnarok is now readily available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 worldwide.